Brits put climate on ice as living costs soar

More than half of British people are too preoccupied with the rising cost of living to prioritise climate change concerns, according to a survey

US Chamber of Commerce: Ofgem’s role needs clarity and flexibility

The US Chamber of Commerce suggests that Ofgem’s role in supporting the UK government’s energy priorities needs clearer definition and greater regulatory flexibility to adapt to market changes

‘Global coal consumption at record high level’

New report by International Energy Agency says global coal consumption is at an all-time high

‘Onshore wind planning reform crucial for 2030 climate targets’

SSE Renewables has expressed concerns over planning proposals’ impact on renewable projects in Northern Ireland

Low vote of confidence given to 90% of net zero pledges

Only the UK, New Zealand and EU managed to gain a high vote of confidence

Policy and regulation changes in the energy industry

Keep up with energy market developments as Britain and its businesses transition to net zero

Australia passes landmark legislation for net zero emissions by 2050

It includes a law to reduce carbon emissions by 43% by 2030

‘Energy policy gaps will prevent net zero’

A new parliamentary report suggests there are crucial gaps in current policy meaning net zero targets cannot be hit

Kwasi Kwarteng responds to the Big Zero Report

The Secretary of State for BEIS shared his thoughts on the report in a letter to future Net Zero

Italy v England – football and energy policy, who will come out on top?

England face Italy in their first final since 1966 – how do the countries compare off the pitch?