Octopus Energy has acquired heat pump manufacturer Renewable Energy Devices (RED), as it targets cost reductions through expansion.
British ground source heat pump manufacturer Kensa Heat Pumps has doubled its production over the last 18 months, as demand for the technology continues to grow.
Vattenfall and its technology provider subsidiary Feenstra are launching a new high-temperature heat pump.
British heat battery start-up Caldera has secured a £470,000 grant from the Department of Business Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to help it rollout its Warmstone battery to 12 pilot homes.
Trade association Scottish Renewables has called for reforms to the planning process to enable greater onshore and offshore wind capacity.
As the need to decarbonise Britain's heating network grows ever more pressing, we take a look at a new technology developed by Thermify, which could heat homes using waste heat from distributed data processing.
Current± caught up with Igloo Energy’s CEO Matt Clemow to discuss the challenges still facing the industry, along with the potential.
Following the Carbon Trust's recent report, Current± caught up with the non-profit's director Andrew Lever to discuss the benefits of flexibility for the country as a whole.
Ahead of election ENA sets out key priorities to meet ‘high bar’ set by previous Scottish governments
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has laid out its five key priorities ahead of the Scottish election.