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Sunak is right to call for an honest conversation, but his announcement yesterday was neither honest, nor a conversation

Why Rishi Sunak made yesterday’s announcement about delaying the ban on new petrol and diesel cars and weakening the gas boiler phase out is fairly obvious – an attempt to drive a wedge between the Conservatives and Labour. This strategy is also fairly

Posted in All Posts, Energy Governance and Policy, Just and Sustainable Transitions to Net Zero, Politics of energy and energy institutions, The Co-benefits of the energy transition

Is there an electoral politics of the allocation of industrial decarbonisation resources?

One of the more challenging aspects of the net zero agenda is how to decarbonise heavy industry. Industries such as metals (including iron and steel), minerals, chemicals, food and drink, paper and pulp, ceramics, glass and oil refineries account for about

Posted in All Posts, Energy Governance and Policy, Political economy of energy, Politics of energy and energy institutions

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