The former Prime Minister is of less importance than resisting the temptation to make her mistakes all over again.
It not only presents a growing opportunity to help provide more secure and clean electricity, heating and fuels but also offers a major source of new industrial growth.
Short-sighted overregulation and creative accounting to offshore our CO2 emissions are no way to build a prosperous, sustainable future.
Opposition by big business and other vested interests makes enacting pro-growth policies difficult but not impossible.
And her government has decided that the best time to do all this is in the middle of the most serious energy crisis in decades.
In contrast with the Prime Minister, who made five specific commitments, the Labour leader told the nation that he will have objectives and will unveil them soon.
The Prime Minister sets out his plan for 2023 – to focus less on politics, and more on the things people care about.
The Truss premiership proved a false dawn for free marketeers. But there is still an opportunity for the fortunes of Britain and the Conservative Party to revive.
The moral strictures of hard-line green activists are no foundation for a sensible energy policy.
Smart energy systems can use the power of digital to enable significant savings, boost employment, and provide necessary infrastructure for renewables.
Small Modular Reactions could also generate tens of thousands of jobs and hundreds of billions of pounds worth of exports.
The Energy Charter Treaty is another area where our parliament needs to reclaim the right to make its own laws without fear of costly legal action.
The second part of a mini-series on ConservativeHome this week about how the Government can help Britain’s economy to grow faster.
It would create a big guaranteed market for an important British industry and accelerate our drive toward Net Zero, at no cost to the taxpayer.
The first part of a mini-series on ConservativeHome this week about how the Government can help Britain’s economy to grow faster.