The UK will hold its general election on 4 July 2024. The upcoming elections could impact the future of the UK’s energy transition, with potential shifts in policy and regulatory frameworks.

This article will survey the industry’s take on the implications of the elections on the country’s transition, including both expected outcomes and desired outcomes. It will gather opinions on key priorities for the next administration as well as how – if at all – election results might influence the energy transition. It will also identify which sub-topics within the transition might cause the most controversy.