- Blog: The 2021 Budget and the green jobs dilemma
- Blog: Scrapping the Green Homes Grant will see less than 50,000 measures installed
- Blog: Energy bills - getting the balance right
Despite aims to support jobs, the 2021 Budget failed to tap the potential of green employment
If it is scrapped in March as media reports suggest, the scheme could see only a fraction of the 600,000 target measures installed.
Rebalancing levies on energy bills is seen as an enabler of clean heat, what could it look like?
Investors demand eco-friendly approach into supply chains
05/03/2021 - The Telegraph
A wave of eco-conscious shareholders is forcing City giants to act on green issues.Read More
What part will green tax play in achieving net zero carbon?
08/03/2021 - The Independent
MPs will pursue these questions as the Public Accounts Committee begins an inquiry into environmental taxes.Read More
On a mission to save the climate with legal knowhow
08/03/2021 - Financial Times
Three lawyers took different career paths to work where environment and law intersect.Read More
The race to scale up green hydrogen
05/03/2021 - Financial Times
Long heralded as an alternative to fossil fuels, can the gas really help solve the world’s dirtiest energy problems?Read More
What ever happened to fracking?
07/03/2021 - The Times
Fracturing rock to release gas and oil was supposed to solve the country’s power problems. So what happened?Read More
‘Soon it will be hard to justify buying a petrol car'
06/03/2021 - The Telegraph
ChargePoint chief executive Pat Romano believes concerns of an electric car bubble are unfounded.Read More
Futurepump bringing clean water to small farms
08/03/2021 - The Times
A British company is using solar power to help smallholders in the tropics.Read More
Budget should focus on Government pledge to ‘Build Back Better’, core to which is putting UK back on track to meet net zero emissions target
Flagship energy efficiency scheme could see only a fraction of the 600,000 target measures installed, if it is scrapped in March as media reports suggest.