Britain heads to the polls on 8th June, in a snap general election dominated by Brexit and punctuated by the atrocity of the Manchester bombing. All other issues seem to be subsidiary; climate change and energy policy barely get a mention in campaigning or in the TV debates. As polling day approaches the polls are narrowing and policy differences between the parties are being thrown into sharp relief.
Click here for our white paper providing a summary of the key manifesto pledges from the main parties on climate change, energy policy in general, and renewable energy in particular.
We will continue to provide updates and analysis as additional information is made available by the parties.