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UK to use only clean sources for energy production

UK to use only clean sources for energy production: Boris Johnson confirmed the government’s plan for Britain’s electricity to come from only renewable sources by 2035. The government will increase investments in renewable and nuclear energy in order to move away from the use of fossil fuels. This will also allow for what the government…
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Maintaining the price cap is “non-negotiable”

Maintaining the price cap is “non-negotiable”: In the midst of the UK’s energy market crisis, the Business and Energy Secretary has dismissed rumours that the price ceiling may be lifted. Because of the skyrocketing wholesale energy prices, there has been speculation and pressure on BEIS and Ofgem to raise the ceiling in recent weeks. Critics…
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Talk denied with Kwasi Kwarteng over energy crisis

Talk denied with Kwasi Kwarteng over energy crisis: According to reports, the Treasury has rejected any conversations with Business and Energy Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng regarding potential help for energy-intensive sectors in order to address the energy issue. Mr Kwarteng stated on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show that he was “working very closely” with Chancellor Rishi…
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To become greener and cleaner government invest £220m

To become greener and cleaner government invest £220m: The government stated today that it will provide £220 million to assist high-emitting industrial sectors in reducing their use of fossil fuels. The new financing is intended to promote renewable energy initiatives that will assist businesses in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland in decarbonizing their operations and…
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Kwasi Kwarteng comments on energy supply security

Kwasi Kwarteng comments on energy supply security: The Business and Energy Secretary is giving confidence that the security of the nation’s energy supply is not a reason for concern at the present time. This follows a sequence of meetings Mr Kwarteng had with energy industry bosses over the weekend. The major topic of these talks…
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More fossil fuel & biomass meetings than renewables

More fossil fuel & biomass meetings than renewables: Ministers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) were reprimanded for meeting fossil fuel as well as bio mass bosses almost 9 times more than their renewable energy equivalent. That’s as reported by the investigative environmental journalism platform DeSmog who looked through the publicly…
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UK Government sparks a hydrogen revolution

UK Government sparks a hydrogen revolution: The government has now published its much-awaited Hydrogen Strategy that is expected to deliver 9,000 jobs as well as open up £4 billion investment by 2030. Included in the strategy, a current public consultation has been started to investigate ways to reduce the cost of hydrogen production. A current…
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Mr Kwarteng named Business Secretary & other changes

Mr Kwarteng named Business Secretary & other changes: The Prime Minister has selected Alok Sharma as full-time President of the UN COP26 climate conference which will be held in Glasgow this November, along with Kwasi Kwarteng named as Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. Anne-Marie Trevelyan will become Minister of State for…
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Parameters for new capacity auctions set out

The parameters for the next Capacity Market (CM) auctions to ensure the UK continues to have sufficient electricity capacity to meet demand, have been set out by The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). In a letter from Kwasi Kwarteng, Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth, he confirms the parameters for the…
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