Copper was recently awarded a contract to support National Grid on its pre-application consultation and communications for a new nationally significant infrastructure project. The project forms part of National Grid’s plans to future proof the country’s electricity network capacity, enabling projected renewable energy developments to come on stream over the course of the next decade. Once built, the project will help to facilitate the UK’s ambitions of being net zero by 2050.
Copper Consultancy expands with new offices in Cardiff
Copper Consultancy, one the UK’s leading specialist communications agencies, has expanded its UK reach by opening a new office in […]Read the full article
New regional project to power growth of South West hydrogen sector
A consortium led by South West-based hydrogen developer, Tower Group, will deliver the Exeter H2 Hub, a 5 MW pilot […]Read the full article
How the Government’s plans for expanded oil and gas licensing are backfiring
On Friday, former Energy Minister and Chair of the Government Review of Net Zero Chris Skidmore MP announced that he […]Read the full article