Welcome to the end of month roundup from the Energy Advice Hub. As lockdown eases (for some of us), many are looking ahead at the UK’s road to recovery – and ‘build back better’ is the phrase of the moment. How do we seize this once-in-a-lifetime chance to rebuild our economy on greener lines?
We’ve asked the question on the Hub this month, as well as bringing you the latest low carbon news and advice. Here’s our May roundup:
Committee on Climate Change: make climate change action central to recovery plan
The CCC set out the 6 green principles that the government should be following to recover from the pandemic.
‘Comedy about climate change’ marks one year since climate emergency declaration
Extinction Rebellion has released a short film starring Emma Thompson that ‘makes protest seem as useful and as maddening as it is.’
COVID-19 – what does it mean for action on climate change?
Our analysis looks at the ‘coronavirus effect’ on climate change action – good and bad.
Electric Vehicles: 2,500 fast chargers by 2030
This month the government revealed plans to increase the number of rapid EV chargepoints on major road networks.
The case for carbon pricing to support COVID-19 recovery
A new report says that carbon pricing should be used to raise revenue post COVID-19.
Will ‘green conditions’ be attached to airline bailouts?
The aviation industry has been hit hard by the pandemic. But can saving the airlines be compatible with a green recovery? Here’s our analysis.
Our latest insights include a look back at the government’s green manifesto pledges (and whether they’re being delivered), and a look at how COVID-19 is shaping the low carbon shift.
If your workforce doesn’t understand and engage with your sustainability plans, improving energy efficiency and sustainability is always going to be a losing battle, that’s why technology needs to b…
The first Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) compliance phase is well underway with many businesses in the process of submitting their first reports.