An independent review has been launched by former Energy Minister Chris Skidmore into the delivery of the UK government’s Net Zero climate commitments.
The three-month review aims to ensure that the government’s plans for a green transition by 2050 stay on-track to maximise economic growth while increasing energy security and affordability.
Commissioned by Business and Energy Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg, the review comes a year after the government published its Net Zero Strategy, which outlined a multi-modal approach to achieving zero carbon goals.
Since then, an increasingly volatile economic and political landscape has placed huge pressures on both British households and businesses.
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