Tagged: Progress Reports

Letter: Response to 2015 progress report from UK Regulators Network

The Chair of the UK Regulators Network (UKRN), Cathryn Ross, has written to the Committee on Climate Change. The letter comes in response to the Adaptation Sub-Committee’s (ASC) 2015 progress report to Parliament. The ASC’s report included a recommendation directed at the UKRN.

Letter: Response to 2015 progress report from Ofwat Chief Executive

The Chief Executive of Ofwat, Cathryn Ross, has written to the Committee on Climate Change. The letter comes in response to the Adaptation Sub-Committee’s (ASC) 2015 progress report to Parliament. The ASC’s report included a number of recommendations directed at Ofwat.

Climate Change in 2015

Climate Change in 2015: A new blog post by Matthew Bell, Chief Executive of the Committee on Climate Change.

Meeting Carbon Budgets – 2013 Progress Report to Parliament

This is our fifth statutory report to Parliament on progress towards meeting carbon budgets. In it we consider the latest data on emissions and their drivers, and we assess progress developing new policies which are required in order to reduce emissions. The report includes assessment at the level of the economy, the non-traded and traded sectors, the key emitting sectors and the devolved administrations. The main conclusion is that there …

Meeting Carbon Budgets – 2012 Progress Report to Parliament

Meeting the Carbon Budgets - 2012 Progress Report to Parliament

The Committee on Climate Change’s 2012 progress report looks at emissions trends over the past year and evaluates underlying progress in implementing carbon-reduction measures and policies in the UK.  It assesses performance of government policies in driving down emissions – including in areas such as Electricity Market Reform, the Green Deal and Carbon Capture & Storage. The report finds that Greenhouse Gas Emissions fell by 7%. But only 0.8% of …

CCC trip to Dairy Farm Anaerobic Digestion plant in West Sussex

Kavita Srinivasan is a Senior Analyst at the CCC, looking at how Agricultural emissions reductions should form part of the Governments wider strategy for meeting carbon budgets. Here Kavita tells us about an Anaerobic digestion plant installed on a farm… Members of the CCC Secretariat last week visited Crouchlands Farm, a 750 cattle dairy farm located in West Sussex, to tour the farm’s newly installed 1 MW anaerobic digestion (AD) …

5 key recommendations from our 2nd Progress Report

Electricity market reform to provide stronger incentives for investment in low-carbon power generation. Government is right to consider setting a minimum price on carbon, and should consider an Emissions Performance Standard for new gas generation added after 2020. A national energy efficiency programme, addressing both financial and non-financial barriers, involving a whole house/ whole street approach whereby homeowners are assisted with insulating their houses, in addition to the proposed Pay …

View the latest from the Committee – with Adrian’s monthly meeting round-up

Monthly meeting round-up from Adrian Gault, Chief Economist at the CCC. Each month, I will update you on the latest analytical discussions from our Committee