On Thursday 26 October, the Energy Bill received Royal Assent and is now the Energy Act 2023. In a release on the same day, the government said that the Energy Act will transform the UK’s energy system by strengthening energy security, supporting the delivery of net zero and ensuring household bills are affordable in the long-term.
On Monday 24 July, the government published a number of documents under its wider plans to boost competition and innovation in the energy market.
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.
On Friday 9 June, DESNZ published its response to its Capacity Market 2023 consultation.
On Monday 18 July, the UK government opened its consultation on the Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA). Here is the latest update: