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.
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
A new briefing focused on the Polish coal companies making Poland and Europe sick
Today a set of new briefings reveals the major banks which are keeping RWE and other major European coal burning companies afloat.
There are many questions to be answered to pass the ‘Bridge of Death’ and avoid the ‘Gorge of Eternal Climate Peril’ in the event of a no-deal Brexit
A coalition of environment groups wrote to the Chancellor calling for a strong carbon price to keep coal emissions low.
A ‘No Deal’ Brexit will result in a major increase in coal burn. The UK needs a strong carbon price to ensure a smooth transition from coal to clean
RWE is coming under intense scrutiny for the clearing of Hambach forest to expand its coal mine - and now the share price is beginning to suffer
Poland’s coal plants already get billions of Euros subsidies through a variety of loopholes and derogations from European law. Now the spectre of a capacity market means an even bigger figure
Today, the European carbon price hit 20 Euros. Our analysis shows rising carbon, coal and gas prices mean that for the first time new onshore wind and solar can compete with the short-term costs of generating electricity from existing coal and gas plants.
Today, the BEIS Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage (CCUS) Cost Challenge Taskforce, on which Sandbag sits, ...