COP26 is an opportunity to accelerate the decarbonisation of energy

Duncan Burt

Duncan Burt, Chief Sustainability Officer at National Grid discusses the importance of COP26, and accelerating progress towards net zero both ahead of the summit, and after it has concluded.

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Posted by Duncan Burt on 29th October 2021

The five green finance announcements UK businesses would like to see delivered at COP26


As part of our series of blogs on expectations for COP26, Senior Policy Officer Josie Murdoch outlines the key priority areas for green finance at the summit. 

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Posted by Josie Murdoch on 22nd October 2021

Expectation Management on route to COP26

Adam Read

Dr. Adam Read (Suez UK’s External Affairs Director and President of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management) reflects on his journey to COP26 and why we must raise our expectations in terms of commitment and activity on decarbonisation

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Posted by Dr. Adam Read on 20th October 2021

What higher gas prices mean for UK heavy industry, and how decarbonisation can come to the rescue

Ana Musat, Head of Policy

Following the launch of an in-depth project on industrial decarbonisation and extensive engagement with cross-industry representatives, Ana Musat, Head of Policy at Aldersgate Group discusses next steps for mitigating the impact of high gas prices on industrial competitiveness by diversifying energy supply and making electrification more cost-competitive ahead of COP26.

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Posted by Ana Musat on 7th October 2021