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Armitt: Hydrogen plans must proceed “at pace”
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Armitt: Hydrogen plans must proceed “at pace”

The government has this morning (14 Dec) announced plans for eleven new projects for hydrogen production in the UK, alongside updates to its existing strategy for the development of the hydrogen manufacturing in the UK. The eleven projects will see the government invest around £400m over three years in projects producing ‘green’ hydrogen, as part...

14 Dec 2023 By
Technical annex – Hydrogen heating
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Technical annex – Hydrogen heating

How the Commission arrived at its recommendation that government should not support the rollout of hydrogen heating.

18 Oct 2023
James Heath: “pace, not perfection” key to reducing infrastructure emissions
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James Heath: “pace, not perfection” key to reducing infrastructure emissions

Commission chief executive James Heath spoke this afternoon (6 July) to the 18th Annual UK Sustainable Infrastructure Summit in London. In his remarks he explored the scale of the challenge facing the UK in fully decarbonising its energy systems by 2050 and the principles the Commission is using to guide the recommendations it will make...

6 Jul 2023 By
Go big where it counts to hit economic and climate goals, says Commission
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Go big where it counts to hit economic and climate goals, says Commission

Government must develop stronger staying power and focus on fewer, bigger, better targeted initiatives to deliver the infrastructure needed to meet its long term goals for economic growth and a lower carbon economy, the UK’s independent advisers on infrastructure have said. The last year has seen progress towards major infrastructure objectives “stutter further just as...

27 Mar 2023 By
Armitt: Exit strategy from fossil fuels will boost energy security and lower household costs

Armitt: Exit strategy from fossil fuels will boost energy security and lower household costs

In an extended essay published in the Daily Telegraph on 29 September 2022, Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission, Sir John Armitt, explores the importance of accelerating the development of renewable energy sources, cutting energy waste and boosting the take-up of low carbon heating to together help increase the UK’s energy security and reduce costs...

29 Sep 2022 By
Hydrogen strategy “an important milestone” but clarity on costs needed soon
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Hydrogen strategy “an important milestone” but clarity on costs needed soon

The Commission has welcomed today’s publication (17 August 2021) of the government’s UK hydrogen strategy and associated consultations, noting that the outcomes of the latter will need to address the challenges of reducing the cost of hydrogen production and ensuring a fair distribution of those costs. Sir John Armitt, Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission,...

17 Aug 2021 By
Historic Energy Datasets
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Historic Energy Datasets

The Commission's Historic Energy Dataset provides data on the UK’s energy history spanning back as far as the year 1700.

2 Oct 2020
Renewables, Recovery, and Reaching Net Zero
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Renewables, Recovery, and Reaching Net Zero

Datasets including modelled projections of electricity system costs, consumer bills, capital investments and energy generation.

11 Aug 2020
Interim (2015) National Infrastructure Assessment: Energy Modelling
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Interim (2015) National Infrastructure Assessment: Energy Modelling

Data on electricity demand and consumption, and modelled projections.

13 Oct 2017

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