The government’s Ten Point Plan for reaching net zero includes a commitment to investing £525m in new nuclear. Where will the money go, and is the government’s spending strategy realistic?
In ten years’ time, according to the PM, every kettle, washing machine and car will “get their juice cleanly and without guilt from the breezes that blow around these islands”. But what is he actually promising?
A look at how the view and recommendations of the energy sector fares in the first UK Climate Assembly path to net zero report.