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Energy Transition

The move from fossil fuels to renewable energy and what it means for the world economies.

Chart of the week: energy prices


Our chart this week is about domestic energy prices and the Ofgem energy price cap rises expected in April and October 2022.

Becoming carbon neutral needn’t cost the earth


There’s a perception in the marketplace that implementing carbon-reducing technology comes at a high cost, but it could be as simple as redistributing your current energy spend.

ICAEW Public Sector Sustainability Conference inspires action


ICAEW’s Public Sector Conference on 10 December ended with a rallying call from Tony Juniper CBE, chair of Natural England, leading one participant to say, “I am very much inspired to inject some energy into a cross-function sustainability group in my department”.

Carbon reporting: one year on


The requirement for large companies to report on their carbon and energy use (under the streamlined energy and carbon reporting or SECR requirements) has been in place since 2019.

ICAEW regulatory round-up: November 2021


This month’s round-up from the Professional Standards Department includes new guidance from the Charity Commission on reporting matters of material significance, the latest updates from the Quality Assurance Team and a new article from the Insolvency Service urging for the considerate treatment of customers following the growing number of energy supplier insolvencies.

Financials remain woefully short on climate information


Without an understanding of the impact of energy transition on company financials, the extent of capital at risk remains largely unknown, says Barbara Davidson, Senior Analyst at the Carbon Tracker Initiative.

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