A recent YouGov poll found more than half of UK adults are taking measures against fuel poverty.
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Caroline Flint, Labour MP for Don Valley and shadow secretary of state for energy and climate change, released the party’s Green Paper: End to Cold Homes, in Hastings on Monday.
Anyone wanting to buy or sell renewable energy will soon be able to trade online with their neighbours.
The Renewable Energy Association (REA) is launching a Wood Heat Association to lobby on behalf of the biomass heating industry. Talking to Stuart Pocock, chief operating officer of the Renewable Energy Association at this year’s Solar Energy UK event, he explained the new REA subsidiary has been formed to “look after wood heat members”.
Flogas Renewables is offering it’s new partner scheme to overcome the barrier of renewable installer credit limitations.
The number of solar thermal applications for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is allegedly far less than the technology's total installation figures.
Energy efficiency market is an “invisible power house” worth US$310 billion annually and growing.
Solar is “ready for prime time” award-winning journalist and activist, Naomi Klein told Next Energy News at an event in London, on Monday night.
At the UN Climate Summit in New York yesterday, UK prime minister, David Cameron stated the UK is investing in fracking and nuclear energy and a global deal must be agreed in Paris 2015.
UK prime minister, David Cameron is expected to use the UK's four minute speech slot to promote fracking and nuclear energy at the UN Climate Summit being held in New York today.
UK Environmental bodies have grouped together to lobby political parties for the upcoming general election.