Energy industry braces for UK’s Green Day – Will it be a game changer or a flop?

A package of green policies is expected to be announced to aid the UK’s net zero target, but what exactly are the hopes of the energy industry for the following day?

Will the cold snap bring energy blackouts?

Find out from an energy expert how the UK’s energy security fares against the harsh weather

Industry bids farewell to BEIS

What does industry think about the new Department for Energy Security and Net Zero?

UK Energy Ministry on the cards in government reshuffle

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy will reportedly split into two or three new departments

National Grid puts coal plants on emergency standby

Standby coal power units have been asked to warm up amid cold snap

UK ramps up nuclear production with £75m

It is looking to reduce its reliance on Russia for uranium conversion capacity

COP27: UK joins countries to commit to slashing emissions from oil and gas

They have committed to cut emissions associated with fossil energy production and consumption, particularly to reduce methane emissions

EU and Egypt commit to step up co-operation on renewable hydrogen at COP27

They view renewable hydrogen as a ‘key contributor’ to reducing emissions and ensuring energy security

Britain to strike major LNG deal with the US

The Prime Minister will reportedly announce details after the COP27 summit

Rishi Sunak labels Ukraine a reason for faster climate action

“There really is room for hope,” the PM said in his COP27 speech