Jet Zero and Green Ships – point 6 of the UK Government’s Ten Point Plan

The post below was first published on our Energy blog Shipping and aviation are key contributors to the UK economy, with estimates being that, before the COVID-19 pandemic, they contributed over £40 billion and £20 billion, respectively each year. They are important sectors in achieving the UK’s net-zero ambition, but decarbonising these industries is a … Read more

Hydrogen – point 2 of the UK Government’s Ten Point Plan

The post below was first published on our Energy blog Hydrogen is one of the ten points in the UK Government’s new plan for a “green industrial revolution” revealed on 18 November 2020. In 2021, the Government’s hydrogen strategy will be published which will set out business models and the revenue mechanism for private sector … Read more

Electricity storage in Europe and the UK – the regulatory landscape

The post below was first published on our Energy blog. Both the EU and UK aim to achieve net zero by 2050 and are either taking steps (the EU) or already have enshrined this target in law (the UK). In the shorter term, the EU is currently increasing its 2030 targets to a 60% reduction, … Read more

Offshore wind – point 1 of the UK Government’s Ten Point Plan

The post below was first published on our Energy blog The government’s recently announced “Ten Point Plan” reaffirms previously pledged support for the offshore wind industry, while introducing further supply chain requirements in the Contract for Difference (CfD) and trailing future updates to onshore and offshore network strategies. In November, the UK government announced a … Read more