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  2. Nov 03, 2021 · The EDF Group press office can be contacted by emailing service-de-presse@edf.fr. Please note that the numbers below are for journalists only. If you are a customer, please phone our customer service team on 0333 200 5100 and they will be able to help you. For urgent media enquiries, please call 01452 652233, leave your details including ...

  3. Nov 10, 2021 · For more information contact: EDF Media Team. 24-hour press line: +44 (0)1452 652233. media@edfenergy.com or edfenergy@goodrelations.co.uk. About EDF in the UK. EDF is helping Britain achieve Net Zero by leading the transition to a cleaner, low emission electric future and tackling climate change.

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    Government publishes Net Zero Strategy

    On 19 October, BEIS published the UK’s Net Zero Strategy – detailing policies and proposals for decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy to meet its net zero target by 2050 including provisions for power, fuel supply & hydrogen, industry, heat and buildings, transport, natural resources, and greenhouse gas removals. Key policy commitments relevant to each sector are presented, some having previously been announced. Requirements within the sector to meet the overall 2050 target as well as g...

    £3.9bn of funding announced in Heat and Buildings Strategy

    On 18 October, the government outlined its new Heat and Buildings Strategy in which it targets for all new heating systems installed in UK homes by 2035 to be either using low carbon technologies, such as electric heat pumps, or supporting new technologies like hydrogen-ready boilers. The Heat and Buildings Strategy forms a key part of BEIS’s Clean Growth Strategy and Ten Point Plan. While the overarching aim of the strategy is to help achieve net zero by 2050, other benefits of decarbonising...

    Government unveils goal to decarbonise power system by 2035

    On 7 October, the government unveiled plans to decarbonise UK power system by 2035 with aims to focus on home-grown, green technologies such as offshore wind and nuclear energy which will support the UK to transition away from its reliance on fossil fuels. The announcement followed widely briefed reports during the Conservative Party Conference which took place over 3-6 October. Following the close of the Conservative Party Conference, BEIS officially confirmed the plans to decarbonise UK pow...

    CCDG issues recommendations on MHHS transition

    Following the Code Change and Development Group’s (CCDG) consultation on the transition and migration approach to support Market-wide Half Hourly Settlement (MHHS) implementation, on 30 September, Elexon published its recommendations to Ofgem. The CCDG said that it supported Ofgem’s proposed timeline, but believes that it would benefit from an enabling phase of activities in the period from November 2022 to October 2024. It said these would allow data cleansing and site-based activities to be...

    Offshore Transmission Network Review

    On 28 September, BEIS published an open consultation Offshore Transmission Network Review: proposals for an enduring regime and multi-purpose interconnectors, seeking views on a new enduring regime for windfarm development and offshore transmission, running to 23 November 2021. The current point-to-point, uncoordinated approach in connecting offshore wind projects, first designed when offshore wind was a nascent technology, could pose a major barrier to its future deployment, according to the...

    Call for evidence issued on possible TNUoS review

    On 1 October, Ofgem published a call for evidence on the Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) charges regime. The document covers issues previously highlighted by stakeholders and outlines the regulator’s current thinking on potential areas for reform. The regulator has compiled views presented in related stakeholder engagements, including the Targeted Charging Review and Forward-Looking Charges Significant Code Review, to form general trends in the issues and areas of concern being bro...

    Future of Transport Consultation launched by DfT and OZEV

    On 28 September, the Department for Transport (DfT) and Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) announced a consultation to consider technologies to transform travel over the next decade. The proposals include plans for an expansive and robust chargepoint network to support more chargepoints at popular destinations, and along streets and motorways, to make them more accessible. Views are also sought on autonomous vessels and drones, and the UK aims to implement tougher environmental standard...

    IEA publishes World Outlook Report

    On 14 October, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its World Energy Outlook 2022. According to the report, a new energy economy is emerging around the world for renewables and other low carbon technologies. However, progress is “still far too slow to put global emissions into sustained decline towards net zero. This year’s World Energy Outlook has been redesigned this year to be a “guidebook” for those attending the COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow. It offers key decision...

    Zero Waste Scotland research forecasts battery demand growth

    On 27 September, Zero Waste Scotland announced that research it had commissioned – in partnership with Scottish Enterprise and Transport Scotland – has forecasted that used batteries will triple in the next 25 years to potentially reach more than 60,000t/y in Scotland by 2045. The report – Battery use in Scotland now and in the Future – adds to previous evidence that most used batteries are currently sent to landfill or exported for recycling and Zero Waste Scotland finds that around 40% of b...

  4. Nov 24, 2021 · EDF is perfectly placed to match businesses with the best renewable energy source to meet their needs. And this is exactly what EDF was able to achieve with Ultra-premium spirits business, Edrington and Community Windpower Group, based in Scotland.

  5. Nov 03, 2021 · The UK’s nuclear stations, run by EDF, reached a major milestone this week, clocking up 2000 terawatt hours (TWh) of zero carbon electricity – enough to power all the UK’s homes for more than 18 years. Since the oldest stations in the fleet first started generating in 1976 the eight sites across the UK have not only powered the country ...

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