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How the UK can unlock its net zero power system by 2035 – Wärtsilä

Boris Johnson has said all of the UK's electricity is going to come from clean energy sources by 2035, however rapid increases in flexibility and thermal balancing will be needed to meet the target.

UAE energy firms and bp to invest billions in low-carbon energy

ADNOC and Masdar partnered with bp to invest in clean energy and low-carbon energy across the UK and the United Arab Emirates

Boris Johnson publishes new district heating guide for London

The London Mayor’s office has published a new guide on the promotion of district heating schemes in the capital.

Boris Johnson puts windpower at heart of green recovery blueprint

The Prime Minister has set out new plans to Build Back Greener by creating jobs, slashing carbon emissions and boosting exports.

Boris Johnson launches working group to drive clean energy investment

Mayor of London Boris Johnson recently launched a working group charged with generating investment for London’s power network.

Boris Johnson to launch London tube low carbon power project

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and Transport for London is to launch plans to revamp the use of London’s historic Greenwich Power Station, to generate low carbon power for London’s Tube network, and heat for local homes and buildings.

High five: Editor’s choice (16-20 November)

This week, we include all our coverage relating to the UK's new green action plan. It's big news in bite-sized pieces for your weekend reading pleasure.

Ed’s note: Boris bends to the wind

Boris Johnson has told the UK that he is backing a drive to install more offshore wind around the country’s waters.

London sees decentralised energy as solution to infrastructure issue

The City of London Mayor’s Office believes it must generate between £5-7bn in investment in decentralised energy in order to reduce the electricity distribution network issues that threaten to impede the city’s progress.

London requires up to à‚£7bn in decentralised energy investment

The City of London Mayor’s Office believes it must generate between £5-7bn from decentralised energy in order to reduce the electricity distribution network issues that could impede the city’s progress.

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