Energy market reforms, corporate air travel and tidal energy project: BusinessGreen's most read stories of the week

Mersey Tidal Power: Plans for a multi-billion pound barrage linking Liverpool and Wirral revealed

Tidal barrier linking Liverpool and Wirral has been announced as the preferred option to harness renewable energy from the River Mersey

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

REMA: The government will publish plans to boost energy security and investments in renewable energy sources

The government is proposing a new location-based pricing regime and capacity market reforms in a bid to curb energy costs, but is also sparking anger over plans for new gas-fired power stations

– by Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating)

Unilever, Danone, KPMG and Accenture have criticized emissions from business air travel

Businesses are still largely failing to put plans in place to reduce emissions-intensive business travel, Transport & Environment report warns

– by Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating)

'Commitment removed': Have more than 200 companies really dropped their net-zero pledges?

The Science Based Targets initiative recently delisted the short-term or net-zero climate commitments of more than 200 companies – but where does that leave the affected companies?

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

β€œNet zero ready?” How the government's fixation on gas is undermining Britain's energy security

The government's proposed package of energy market reforms is comprehensive and broadly sensible, but also worryingly incomplete – so why all the focus on controversial new gas-fired power stations?

– by James Murray @james_bg)

Could you or a colleague be recognized at the first Women in Green Business Awards? You can now submit your nominations for the awards.

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