Energy White Paper: Government unveils plan for 'decisive and permanent' shift away from fossil fuels

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Alok Sharma visits a Carbon Capture Pilot Plant at Imperial College London | Credit: BEIS
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Alok Sharma visits a Carbon Capture Pilot Plant at Imperial College London | Credit: BEIS

Long-awaited Energy White Paper set to be unleashed alongside plan to establish domestic UK emissions trading scheme from 2021

The government has unveiled further details of its hotly-anticipated vision for the UK's net zero transition, signalling a major overhaul of Britain's energy market to scale up renewables, clean heating,...

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