The UK government’s post-Brexit ambition for a net zero carbon market could be world-leading – but current plans repeat many of the mistakes of the EUETS
A new report from Ember reveals the cost of burning wood for power, with UK energy billpayers committed to subsidies of more than £13 billion.
The cost of burning wood for power: direct subsidies of more than £13 billion in total, plus carbon tax breaks of £333 million a year.
Brexit has frozen UK participation in the ETS – we estimate that the UK government will forgo at least €1.3 billion in auction revenue this year
Today a set of new briefings reveals the major banks which are keeping RWE and other major European coal burning companies afloat.