The UK has successfully positioned itself as a global leader in the net zero journey. This was in part driven by the country hosting COP26 in Glasgow in 2021. But another key factor has been the government’s 10 Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.
The 10 Point Pod
It seems fitting that the UK Government chose to round off its 10 Point Plan with a focus on what will fuel the energy transition – cold hard cash.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria have quickly risen up the list of key priorities for businesses in recent years.
The role that carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) will have to play in the future energy mix currently splits opinion.
Though the energy system of the future will be a far cry from the one in place today, the demands of it will be broadly the same.
Advancements in international trade and travel in the last century mean that many enjoy a life that would have once been unimaginable.
Behavioural changes amongst the public have a key part to play in reaching net zero by 2050.
Zero emission vehicles in the headlights as the 10 Point Pod talks cars, manufacturing and urban myths
For the majority of people, the most obvious impact of the energy transition will be on transportation.
The success of the hit 2019 TV series Chernobyl has done the reputation of nuclear power no favours.
It’s green vs blue as Energy Voice and EY’s 10 Point Pod puts low carbon hydrogen production under the microscope
Energy Voice’s Ed Reed, EY’s Tim Calver and ITM Power’s Graham Cooley ask if enough is being done to support low carbon hydrogen production?
CfD, floating offshore wind and supply chain concerns all in the spotlight as Energy Voice and EY’s 10 Point Pod gets underway
The UK Government’s commitment to developing offshore wind has been unequivocal.