The UK must scale-up decarbonisation of heat and transport, according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) latest in-depth review of UK energy policies.
With a large amount of renewable generation and a government committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions, Scotland is a country moving towards decarbonisation in leaps and bounds.
ScottishPower has revealed intentions to make Glasgow the UK’s first ‘Net Zero’ city in collaboration with Glasgow City Council.
A regulatory overhaul, a level playing field for low carbon technologies and more ambition in decarbonised heat are among the key asks from Energy UK as it seeks to set a path for energy suppliers to deliver a low carbon revolution.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched the first part of a £320 million scheme designed to support the deployment of district heating networks across the UK.
New applications for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) continued to lag in Q3 2015 as degressions to feed-in tariff rates affected demand.
Newly installed heating and hot water systems must now display energy efficiency labels rating each system after EU legislation came into force last weekend.