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British Prime Minister Theresa May has told the ruling-Conservative Party conference that the government intends to continue backing battery and electric vehicle technology.
There has been growing speculation among the UK media this morning that the country’s department of energy and climate change is to be abolished, just eight years after its creation.
UK Conservative leader and Prime Minister Theresa May set out her party’s General Election manifesto on Thursday and it expressed a strong backing for shale gas and electric vehicles.
Australian bank Macquarie is the front runner to buy the UK’s Green Investment Bank in what would be the first major British privatization since Theresa May became Prime Minister in July.
Are world leaders who demand climate action being conscientious about their own travel?
UK Prime Minister Theresa May faces a test of the government’s attitude to overseas investment in critical infrastructure as Chinese companies are expressing interest in the prospect of ownership of National Grid’s gas network assets.
The head of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers’ energy department is eager to see what Theresa May’s government’s much awaited industrial strategy has in store for the energy sector, given the lack of clarity in recent years, and how it will be viewed in engineering circles.
The UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has dismissed newspaper reports from Japan, which claims Prime Minister Theresa May had personally pledged to give UK financial backing to the Wylfa Newydd plant in Anglesey, Wales.
The British government is under pressure to make a decision on its potential involvement in the development of a nuclear power complex in Wales, with the discovery of fractures on a plant in Scotland adding greater impetus for a call to be made.