Companies that applied for the government's Renewable Heath Incentive (RHI) will now have longer to get their low-carbon generation up and running.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has called on ministers to seize the opportunity and commit to a low-carbon recovery from COVID-19.
Changes in public policy are still needed to encourage a switch from gas boilers to hybrid systems now, but the Future Homes Standard should be implemented now.
A project to develop a green domestic heating solution, led by the University of Exeter, has received £5 million (€5.7 million) of funding from the EU’s INTERREG 2 Seas programme.
The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) has called on the government to bring in a carbon intensity standard to help drive down emissions in heating.
Innovation is needed to make the switch to low carbon heating affordable, and to ensure that it delivers comparable or superior performance to natural gas boilers.
Legal & General has acquired a 36% share in ground source heat technology company the Kensa Group as it continues to invest in green energy.
As the COVID-19 lockdown continues, British households are using 15% more heating than usual.
Alice Grundy speaks to Colin Calder, CEO of PassivSystems, about how to forecast solar generation, using heat systems for flexibility and creating smart energy platforms.