The UK faces disruption if the grid is not poised for a clean tech transition. Coal-free days like today should prompt the government to plan ahead.
- UK coal use drops 50% – but government risks gas lock-in
- UK fails to put its money where its mouth is on coal
ClientEarth has triggered an examination of State aid given to polluting Bulgarian coal power plants by submitting a complaint to the EU Commission.
ClientEarth has challenged the UK government over its continuing delay on publishing a new emissions reduction plan.
A new report shows that while coal is destined to exit the global energy mix, governments need to go far further in speeding the transition.
The House of Lords Economic Affairs Select Committee last week released a report on the “Price of Power”. The report has been criticised on numerous grounds, but the common theme is that it exaggerates the price (in the broadest sense of the word) of renewable electricity.
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