The UK is still off track in meeting its 2050 net zero goal, although policies in the pipeline could help this, Green Alliance has found.
Over £1,000 per Green Homes Grant upgrade is to be spent on administration costs, the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed in a new report.
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.
The energy market in Europe is progressing faster than expected despite the impact of COVID-19.
The Heat Pump Association (HPA) has launched a new training course, with over 40,000 installers each year set to benefit from it.
Current± caught up with Igloo Energy’s CEO Matt Clemow to discuss the challenges still facing the industry, along with the potential.
Stephen Stead, director of strategy and digital services at SSE Energy Solutions, explains the need to harness both data and energy in order to fuel the low-carbon transition.
Without additional investment and policy support, the UK will fall short of its net zero ambition according to a new report from the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA).
Despite growing calls from the energy sector and beyond, the Treasury looks set to reject the removal of VAT on green products such as heat pumps and solar.