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The Budget tomorrow will be the first real test of this Government’s commitment on climate and it needs to drive momentum in the decarbonisation of electricity, heat and transport or it will set us up for a failure on the world stage, writes SSE's Alistair Phillips-Davies.
With new nuclear build solutions coming on stream and the costs of delivery falling, industry groups, environmental campaigners and Government agree that nuclear power must be a key part of our energy mix, writes Professor Andrew Storer FNucI, Chief Executive Officer, Nuclear AMRC.
With two major decisions on renewables this week, for those who wanted to paint this government as a bunch of carbon burning Dad’s Army Brexiteers, the caricature needs re-thinking, writes Richard Graham MP.
SSE Renewables welcomes today’s announcement by the UK government that onshore wind will be allowed to compete in future CfD auctions.
The Government is set to reverse a ban on onshore wind farm subsidies brought in under David Cameron.
To reach Net Zero we could be looking at the quadrupling of nuclear capacity, writes Ieuan Williams, Public Affairs Manager at the Nuclear Industry Association.
Transferable skills utilised in cleaning up the Sellafield site can support the next phase of clean energy projects in the UK and other projects of major national importance, says Sellafield.
Sellafield Ltd has become a Founder Patron of the Warrington OnSide Youth Zone – a state-of-the-art facility for young people, soon to be built in the centre of Warrington.
The UK has one of the most energy inefficient housing stocks in Europe, instead of relying on energy companies to reduce emissions of fuel poor homes, we need a locally managed and properly funded national infrastructure, writes Lord Teverson.
We must start tackling the crisis in the UK's future energy supply - nuclear and renewables can deliver a secure, low carbon system and meet growing electricity demand, writes Lord West.
Sizewell B nuclear power station is celebrating 25 years of safely generating low carbon electricity. EDF’s Director of Nuclear Development, Humphrey Cadoux-Hudson, writes that the anniversary comes at a critical moment for the industry.
Boris Johnson’s decision to give Huawei a role in the UK’s 5G network could put a post-Brexit trade deal with the US at risk, according to Mike Pence.
Martin Chown will assume his new role and responsibilities on 1 February, leaving his current role as Sellafield Ltd Deputy Chief Executive and Supply Chain Director.
Britain’s largest gas distribution network Cadent has blazed a green trail with the launch of its first ever solar array.
Taking advantage of historically low interest rates to enable a huge investment in renewables seems like a no brainer to many of us, says Baroness Jones.
The UK’s first live pilot to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat homes and businesses is now fully operational.
The Hydrogen Revolution is here, says Ed Syson, Chief Safety and Strategy Officer, Cadent
The window for game changing action on climate change is closing and we need to move at pace in this Parliament, says Alistair Phillips-Davies, Chief Executive of SSE.
For the government’s part, they should start with a clear commitment to a new fleet of nuclear power plants in the planned energy white paper, due early in 2020, says Tom Greatrex, CEO of the Nuclear Industry Association.