One year on from Brexit, this paper outlines the main implications of Brexit for UK energy and climate policy and politics. It focuses on three key areas: markets and interconnectors; UK in a global context; and policy capacity and Brexit opportunity costs.
These files are the core subset of the updated and expanded versions of the data originally collated for the UKERC "Costs and Impacts of Intermittency - 2016 update" project, see https://ukerc.ac.uk/project/the-intermittency-report/. This dataset includes the references, costs and impacts from this systematic review of the evidence on the costs and impacts of intermittent electricity generation technologies.
2021 has been a landmark year for UK energy and climate policy. Plans and strategies were announced across many sectors, from offshore wind to how we heat our homes. The UK also hosted COP26 and pressed hard for greater ambition. Now that the spotlight has moved, in this Review, we consider whether plans will be adequate to deliver results. With a focus on gas and the UK continental shelf, industrial decarbonisation, heat, mobility and the...