Regen responds to the publication of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee’s report to Government on the ‘Decarbonisation of the Power Sector’.

Responding to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee’s report on the ‘Decarbonisation of the power sector’ published today [Fri 28 Apr], Merlin Hyman, CEO at Regen, commented: 

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“The message of today’s report is loud and clear: policy uncertainty and the absence of a clear delivery plan is putting the 2035 net zero power target at serious risk.  


The report sets out critical areas where the government must take action as part of a comprehensive roadmap to put the UK back on track for net zero power. Key recommendations include addressing 15-year-long grid connection delays, ensuring the upcoming Contracts for Difference auction reflects pressures facing the renewable industry [1], and putting net zero at the heart of Ofgem’s statutory remit.  


Regen was pleased to contribute to the inquiry and we urge the government to action the Committee’s recommendations.” 





For further information, please contact: Estelle Limon, Policy Coordinator, at  

[1] See Regen’s report, ‘Could the government be about to gamble away the UK’s leadership in offshore wind?’:  

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