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Government responds to decarbonisation of the power sector report

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On Friday 14 July, the Business and Trade Committee published the government’s response to the BEIS Committee’s Eleventh Report of Session 2022–23, Decarbonisation of the power sector. The government welcomed the report and responded to the recommendations made, including calls to publish a comprehensive, long-term delivery plan for a decarbonised power system by 2035. In response, the government said: “The recent Energy Security Plan sets out many of the actions the government is taking to deliver a secure, low carbon electricity system” and “the government recognises the benefit of a more overarching approach to reporting on progress towards decarbonisation of the power sector […] Therefore, the government plans to report on its delivery, and overall plan to deliver the commitment, on an annual basis.” 

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