Calls for UK to lead on AI solutions to net zero

Energy UK has urged chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak to make the UK the home of a new global centre for applying artificial intelligence to tackling climate change issues. In its submission to the Treasury’s spending review, seen by Utility Week, the industry body also calls on the government to hold pathfinder auctions this year for both green and blue hydrogen production and to establish a centrally funded “ambitious” domestic energy efficiency and low-carbon heat retrofit programme.

Close
Close

Request a call back

[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]