Ofgem embraces statutory net zero duty

The new duty empowers Ofgem to protect the interests of consumers while supporting the transition to a low carbon and affordable energy system

Ministers cautioned by leaked document: Net zero initiatives deemed ineffective

A leaked Defra document had allegedly warned that key climate policies in the government’s net zero strategy may not succeed

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UK to give methane suppressants to dairy cows for net zero

Ministers plan to mandate the use of methane suppressants in compound feeds for cattle to reduce emissions from cows and other farm animals

Government accused of “lost decade” in preparing for climate change impacts

The Climate Change Committee has found that only five out of 45 adaptation outcomes across different sectors of the UK economy had fully credible planning in place

Could a new UK law send homeowners straight to hydrogen boilers?

Gas distribution networks could soon be given the authority to enter people’s homes and install hydrogen boilers without their consent, as part of a hydrogen trials programme

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?

Strong public support for hydrogen village trial is essential, says government

Energy Minister Graham Stuart has expressed his views on the trial in Whitby after residents’ concerns

Government under fire over “hostile environment” for net zero investment

UK economy could lose out on £62 billion of investment between now and 2030 without further government action, EnergyUK has warned

UK heat pumps say cheese

A dairy company in Leicestershire has been awarded a share of £12m in the latest government funding targeted to energy-intensive industries

UK creates Department for Energy Security and Net Zero

The Prime Minister creates a Department for Energy Security and Net Zero during reshuffle