The UK economy has enjoyed major reductions in carbon and energy intensity, driven by a switch to gas, renewable generation and greater energy efficiency, but progress is slowing
An increasingly complex, decentralised grid with high levels of renewable generation will also have to manage the impact as heating and transport electrify
Brexit’s impacts on climate policy could be greatest in the EU and globally, although extreme Brexit could weaken UK domestic ambition, say analysts
The government will seek lower volumes of backup electricity capacity in the next two auctions than recommended by National Grid
The Welsh government is consulting on plans to decarbonise the public sector by 2030
Innovate UK has launched a £6m fund for AI and robotics projects for offshore and nuclear energy, space and deep mining
The energy regulator is amending capacity market regulations at boosting energy security, quality of projects and fair competition
UK greenhouse gas emissions continued to reduce sharply in 2016, but delay in new government policies threatens to derail progress, say climate advisors
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