Policy and Regulation, UK

UK green industry laments lack of 'tangible' policy to expand the grid

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Carbon Tracker says that inaction from the UK’s government on grid investment could cost the country £3.5bn annually by 2030 (Photo: Icon0 com/Pexels)

Political leaders are promising big investments in the grid to support the expansion of renewable energy ahead of next year’s election

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and the leader of the opposition, Kier Starmer, have both promised upgrades the grid as clean energy developers continue to face challenges ...

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