New report says raft of policy changes geared incentivising innovators to create new low carbon products and services for consumers could generate 'big bang' moment for the energy sector akin to finance in the 80s and telecoms in the 90s
The UK is in the midst of a remarkable energy industry transformation, the full scale and pace of which is rarely understood
The UK's energy sector is transforming fast, but as a series of studies highlight this week a crucial new wave of policy decisions is awaiting the government
Government and Ofgem set out plans to boost grid flexibility, smart technologies, energy storage and electric vehicles, saving consumers up to £40bn in the process
The paper - which calls for a "flexible" approach to decarbonisation and for energy prices to take top priority in decision making - accused of cherry picking data and making "out-of-date claims"
Green business leaders may have seen their attention drawn to the unfolding drama on the other side of the Atlantic, but back in the UK the government has firmly underscored its commitment to the green economy