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Emily Gosden
Energy editor for The Times. emily.gosden@thetimes.co.uk
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Marina Hyde 8h
The series finale of the UK is wild
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Ashley Armstrong 10h
This is my level of political commentary
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Interesting indeed. Is it still your view ?
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SSE boss Alistair Phillips-Davies on Labour's energy network nationalisation threat: "I don’t think there is any real consensus within the Labour party about what they want to do." Says "considerable uncertainty" over what actually makes it into any manifesto.
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At the time Mark Bristow issued a “clarification” claiming his comments didn’t reflect the intentions of the company he was about to become chief executive of. Turns out...they did. Funny, that.
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As Barrick bids to buy out Acacia’s minority shareholders for $285 million...here’s my story from last year where Barrick’s now-CEO said he’d consider doing exactly that
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Emily Gosden May 21
Replying to @MargotGibbs
It’s a tricky one - Centrica went for the traditional “wedding top table” style formation and one shareholder told them they looked like the Last Supper...
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ECIU May 21
For potential buyers, the question is whether the recent outages at Hunterston B and Dungeness B are a sign of things to come by via
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Anjli Raval May 21
. AGM interrupted by protesters saying "this is a crime scene", setting off an alarm and having to be dragged out by security
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Greenpeace UK May 19
Activists are blocking the entrances to BP’s London HQ. They have set up camp inside specially designed containers. BP can’t continue as if it’s business as usual in this we’re in.
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ECIU May 17
National Grid warning: Labour will face legal challenges if it seeks to nationalise Britain’s power and gas networks at a knockdown price by via
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Emily Gosden May 16
Completely agree - great point well made . Bane of my life = (usually male) execs who hide behind financial jargon and object / patronise me when I attempt to translate it into plain English a non-specialist reader might understand.
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Emily Gosden May 16
Britain’s rooftop solar rollout has been pretty regressive to date - households wealthy enough to pay for installation receiving subsidies at the expense of everyone else. Smart move by to focus Labour’s solar plans on low-income households.
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James Murray May 15
'Climate change': more popular than 'Motherf*cker', less popular than 'gravy'.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey May 14
Private energy networks have ripped off customers and failed to invest enough to tackle climate change. We'll need publicly owned networks to bring vast amounts of renewable energy online and to make energy affordable for households. This is our plan.
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George Smeeton May 15
Britain is importing a tenth of its electricity needs for the first time on record after opening of new Nemo subsea power link with Belgium, analysis by for finds: by
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Emily Gosden May 15
Streets, villages and housing estates could be handed responsibility for operating and maintaining the electricity cables and meters that supply their homes, under leaked Labour plans to nationalise Britain’s £64bn energy networks
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Emma Pinchbeck May 14
NSFW, because, sweary. VSFW (Very Safe For Work) because, climate change truths.
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 May 14
Britain has enough coal stockpiled at power stations to fuel them until they are shut down forever in 2025. 🤔So why do we need a new opencast coal mine at Druridge Bay? Answer: we don't.
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David Sheppard May 14
Saudi Arabia says two oil pipeline pumping stations have been attacked by "explosive laden drones" that they say were operated by Houthi militias, according to state news agency SPA. Pump stations 8 & 9 for the east-west pipeline are approximately 200km apart
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