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The new Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng delivered his first “mini-budget” today, setting out a raft of tax cuts and high borrowing that he hopes will kickstart growth and tackle the energy and cost-of-living crises. One of the biggest measures for business...
The government has announced short-term financial support to help non-domestic energy users in Great Britain with soaring energy costs (a similar scheme will be established in Northern Ireland soon). We’ve put together a summary to help organisations understand the...
Two separate but similar government schemes are available to help Energy Intensive Industries (EIIs) stay competitive as our economy transitions to net zero by 2050 and keep the UK as an attractive option for energy intensive investors (especially with...
A leading energy trade association has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, setting out proposals for cutting the cost of energy for businesses and households. Energy UK wants the government to introduce a deficit tariff scheme to protect energy...
Hub view: Let’s not ignore the opportunities of the energy security strategy Many column inches have been filled with negative reactions to the government’s recently published energy security strategy. Much of the criticism may be valid, but there is a...

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