We might get the most optimal outcomes from the Independent Net Zero Review by extracting the best of it and focusing our efforts. Let’s prioritise those priorities.
Small Modular Reactions could also generate tens of thousands of jobs and hundreds of billions of pounds worth of exports.
Whilst we can still hope for a great tournament on the pitch, it’s perhaps worth reflecting on our relationship with the Gulf state – and the wider ramifications of the tournament.
There are several different revenue models, but the best avoid knee-jerk levies in favour of long-term surety.
Managing costs, appeasing consumers, and diversifying our energy supply are all crucial to ensuring the target can be met with voters’ consent.
When the Chancellor has to sub you two hundred quid to keep the lights, some fresh ideas are needed.
Backing traditional industries is very far from the electoral liability that strategists fear.
It has realistic alternatives to coal: the challenge is how to get there. It’s one that the UK can help to meet.
What then went wrong for Honda is down to the bit that governments can’t help with: making things people actually want.
Kwarteng needs to be confident that the company’s electric plan for Ellesmere Port looks credible before committing taxpayer money.
Even post-Covid transport patterns will not change the need for this infrastructure.
It’s critical for it to consult with consumers and industry experts before making big decisions.
Whilst I find the present curtailment of my personal right to roam frustrating, I reluctantly sympathise.
It may deliver better value than other mega-projects – more ‘levelling up’ across the UK and perhaps even help preserve the union itself.
The Rolls-Royce concept has the potential to plug a gap in the UK’s low-carbon power requirements.