Brexit offers a chance to revive Thatcherite energy policy

Brexit offers a chance to revive Thatcherite energy policy

Related Content   The Government’s post-Brexit “Better Regulation Committee” is reportedly looking at ways to improve on EU regulations.[1],[2]­Policy Exchange’s recent report, Post-Brexit freedoms and opportunities for the UK, is one contribution to that...
Reform energy market to ensure supplies when it’s not windy.

Reform energy market to ensure supplies when it’s not windy.

Related Content Ed Birkett looks at policies needed to manage the up and downs of increasing wind power on the UK’s electricity grid.   New figures show that 2020 was the greenest year yet for the UK’s electricity supply, with nearly 60% of electricity produced by...
Policy Exchange and the PM’s 10-Point Plan

Policy Exchange and the PM’s 10-Point Plan

Related Content The Prime Minister’s green announcement reflects several policies that we’ve championed over more than a decade. After some key personnel changes at the top, the Prime Minister has begun his administration’s ‘reset’ with a long-awaited 10-Point Plan...
Time to Shine

Time to Shine

Related Content Unleashing ‘hybrid’ projects will get more from solar and wind at lower cost.   The Prime Minister’s commitment to 40 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind by 2030 is a huge undertaking that will galvanise industry to redouble their efforts to deploy clean...
UK Energy and Environment Policy Timeline

UK Energy and Environment Policy Timeline

UK Energy and Environment Policy Timeline Last updated: 6.09.2021 Loading... Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab Download [403.96 KB] 2021 is hugely important for the UK’s energy and environment policy, with the Government preparing to host the COP26...