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EAC publishes government response to proposals for energy transition

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On Thursday 23 March, the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) published the government’s response to its report on Accelerating the transition from fossil fuels and securing energy supplies. The committee noted that the government rejected or did not engage at all with its recommendations, and instead reiterated existing policy initiatives. EAC Chair, Philip Dunne said: “The government has another chance, later this month, to demonstrate its ambition by setting out achievable targets and coherent action plans. I look forward to the government’s ‘Green Day’ later in March when the Net Zero Strategy refresh and the government response to the Skidmore Review will be published. […] I expect that in the light of these significant announcements ministers will wish to update the government’s response to our recent report.” 

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