Energy market reforms, company air travel, and tidal power project: BusinessGreen's most read stories of the week

Cecilia Keating
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BusinessGreen rounds up the most widely read stories on the site this week

Mersey Tidal Power: Plans for multibillion-pound barrage connecting Liverpool and Wirral unveiled

Tidal barrage connecting Liverpool and Wirral announced as the preferred option to harness renewable energy from the River Mersey

- by Stuart Stone (@sstone26)

 

REMA: Government to publish plans to boost energy security and renewables investment

Government proposes new locational pricing regime and capacity market reforms, in bid to curb energy costs - but also sparks anger over plans for new gas plants

- by Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating)

 

Unilever, Danone, KPMG, and Accenture slammed over corporate air travel emissions

Companies are still largely failing to establish plans for reducing emissions intensive business trips, Transport & Environment report warns

- by Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating)

 

'Commitment removed': Have over 200 businesses really dropped their net zero pledges?

The Science Based Targets initiative recently removed more than 200 companies' short-term or net zero climate commitments from its list - but where does that leave affected firms?

-- by Stuart Stone (@sstone26)

 

'Net zero ready?' How the government's fixation on gas is undermining UK energy security

The government's proposed package of energy market reforms are wide-ranging and broadly sensible, if worryingly incomplete - so why all the focus on controversial new gas power plants?

- by James Murray @james_bg)

 

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