Government promised a green budget. did it deliver?

Government promised a green budget. did it deliver?
Today's budget was given a billing as being green, but was enough done to help companies working in the environmental sector?
Adequate, but could always use more help

You need to be logged in to make a comment. Don't have an account? Set one up right now in seconds!

Latest News

Hydrogen produces no emissions at the point of use, but debate is rife about how best to produce it and what the most appropriate end uses are in the net-zero transitionThe UK's plans to begin delivering gas blends of 20% hydrogen from next year would be unwise, a scientific study has concluded, as they would increase gas bills and exacerbate the existing price crisis.
Skills shortages are hampering the delivery of forest and peatland schemes, the report arguesDespite strong talk around nature-based solutions, the UK Government is not properly planning to deliver them at scale and in a manner that engages the nation's farming communities and wider population, the House of Lords' Science and Technology Committee is warning.
Solutions showcased in the report include green hydrogen, sustainable aviation fuels, autonomous electric vehicles and precision agricultureIn terms of venture capital funding funnelled into climate solutions, the UK is the third biggest market, behind only the US and China, new PwC research has revealed.
» Final few days for edie readers to take annual flagship leadership survey
» REA: Government's lower borrowing figures provides opportunity to tackle cost of living crisis
» China adds record 16GW of offshore wind capacity
» 75% of Brits don't trust Government and businesses to deliver just transition to net-zero
» edie launches new business report on green policy