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Read the latest energy policy updates and what it means for your organisation below.
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What the Autumn Budget 2017 means for Power & Utilities
A KPMG update on the Government’s clean growth strategy.
We outline what the Conservative manifesto said on energy and what might happen against the current political backdrop
What's in store for the energy market following secretary of state for business, energy and industrial
A new free trade agreement will be needed to maintain the current tariff-free trading on gas and electricity.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, announced the 2017 Spring Budget this morning.
Carbon tax retained and support for electric vehicles, but questions remain about the shape of industrial policy and what Brexit means for the energy sector.
Following the vote to leave the European Union, the UK now has a new Prime Minister in Theresa May and, effectively, a new Government.
With capacity margins at their lowest levels for a decade, and the Government keen to promote new gas capacity, the outcome of the next capacity auction due in December is eagerly anticipated.
The December 2015 Capacity Auction cleared at £18/kW (2014-15 prices) with 46.354 GW of capacity secured for delivery in 2019-20. This briefing note analyses the results and the implications for the GB electricity market.
The UK is now aiming to be the first major European country to exit unabated coal fired generation. In spring 2016, DECC will consult on ending the use of unabated coal plant by 2025, with restrictions on use in place from 2023.