Measuring food security in London
In the Mayor of London’s draft Food Strategy he commits to ensuring to do all he can so that all Londoners can eat well and that they are able to enjoy food security for themselves and their family. Many Londoners are not able to eat well at home, in part because of issues relating to…19/10/18
How many undocumented children live in London?
Estimating the numbers of migrants in the UK is notoriously difficult, especially those with an irregular migration status who may not be counted in official government statistics. It is not for nothing that the task has been described as counting the uncountable. However, information about the population of children and young people who are not…20/01/20
Consumer Perceptions of the Energy Market Q3 2019
This is Q3 2019 update of results from our survey monitoring domestic consumers’ perceptions of service in the energy market.02/12/19
Consumer Perceptions of the Energy Market Q4 2019
This is the Q4 2019 update of results from our survey monitoring domestic consumers’ perceptions of service in the energy market.20/03/20
Consumer Survey 2019
This is an overview of findings from Ofgem’s annual consumer survey, covering consumer engagement in the energy market, their attitudes towards switching and comparing energy deals and how they access the market.02/02/20
Nuclear: EDF concerned by tensions between China and the United Kingdom. The tightening of relations between Beijing and London, in particular on the Huawei file, could weigh on the projects of new reactors that the French wants to build across the Channel with CGN, its Chinese partner. Does the exacerbation of tensions between London and … [Continue Reading]
Ministers must commit to 16% bioenergy to safeguard UK energy security
\r\n\t\r\n\t\tAn industry led report from the REA has urged Ministers to commit to 16% of the UK’s primary energy supply coming from bioenergy by 2032 in order to sustain UK energy security;\r\n\t\r\n\t\tBioenergy’s contribution must more than double by 2032 in order to meet demand across heat, power ...
UK Government launches business fund to deliver net-zero industrial clusters
\r\nThe UK Government has opened two innovation funds aimed at helping businesses plan and deploy technology to help reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
Labour outlines fast track to zero carbon energy by 2030
- Elaine Knutt
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A Strategic View of Energy (Industry Insight)
- Richard Kerr
Strategic energy use The start of 2020 saw a host of headlines that will directly, or indirectly, have significant effects on energy in the coming years. Since the start of the year, a range of companies and local authorities have pledged to go carbon neutral (reach net zero emissions), the ban on new internal combustion\nThe post A Strategic View of Energy (Industry Insight) appeared first on Powerstar.