In light of news that it will take the UK 700 years to move to low carbon heating at its current speed, the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has announced an inquiry into heat pumps.
The government’s £2 billion Green Homes Grant is set to be oversubscribed, with more than half of homeowners in England interested in the scheme.
In July, energy supplier Good Energy launched the UK’s first ever heat pump tariff, raising a question about what will drive the adoption of the technology going forwards?
The CBI is calling on the government to accelerate the electric vehicle (EV) and heat pump rollouts and offer greater policy guidance for net zero.
The UK’s first citizens’ assembly on climate change has called for strong leadership and a focus on a green recovery in its final report.
Council owned energy supplier Beam Energy has announced its intention to sell its customer book, and shift its focus to renewable energy.
Heat pumps have a “critical role” to play in London reaching net zero according to a new report from The Carbon Trust.
Southern and Scottish Electricity Networks (SSEN) has published research on the projected uptake of low carbon technologies (LCTs).
The FLATLINE project, the UK’s largest domestic demand side response trial, has hit a major milestone as the first residents move into the homes involved.