Policy and Regulation, UK

Autumn Statement: UK government makes green spending pledges and outlines electricity grid reforms

UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt departs 11 Downing Street, ahead of presenting the Autumn Statement. The government has pledged £960mn to support investment in carbon capture utilisation and storage, offshore wind, hydrogen, electricity networks, and nuclear energy. (Photo: Hollie Adams/Bloomberg)

Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt unveiled a series of spending pledges targeting green energy in his Autumn Statement, though some say these lack sufficient ambition

In his November 22 Autumn Statement, UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt has outlined spending commitments to help key industries in the transition to ...

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