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A group of energy trade bodies is calling for the reinstatement of the 5 per cent rate of VAT on energy-saving materials and products.
Independent utility supplier to UK business, Yü Group plc, has acquired the B2B customer portfolio of from Bristol Energy Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol City Council.
The Association for Decentralised Energy is calling for government to introduce a clear, strategic policy framework for heat decarbonisation and energy efficiency; bringing together the fragmented mix of decisions, innovations and demonstrations that are currently commonplace across the UK.
Greater Manchester can reach its net-zero target by 2038 but must use 25 per cent less energy, despite a growing population and economy, according to a report between gas network Cadent and Electricity North West.
Britain’s first ever SMETS2 ‘three-phase’ smart meter has been installed at a property in Gloucestershire, marking a significant milestone for the country’s transition to a smarter, greener energy system.
The Isle of Man has set its sights on a target of 75 per cent renewables by 2035 and net zero by 2050.
Property developer, Landsec is planning what it claims to be is the UK’s first net-zero carbon commercial building.
Good Energy will launch a tariff for heat pumps this autumn when the Government begins accepting applications for the £2bn Green Homes Grant.
Five organisations are coming together to draw up plans for the largest smart city-wide energy system in the UK.
The Government has announced £350m of funding to help decarbonise industry, including dedicated funding for green hydrogen.
A new Heat Commission convened by the CBI and University of Birmingham has called on the Government to develop a National Delivery Body (NDB) to lead the development and implementation of a national heat decarbonisation strategy.
Companies offering energy performance contracts are experiencing very minimal growth in demand.
Transport for London, London’s single largest consumer of electricity, has launched a market test to be supplied with renewable power direct from generators.
Albert, a sustainability initiative led by BAFTA, has launched a new group to explore and act upon the impact sports broadcasting has on the environment.
A plan to retrofit 8.7m homes by 2023/24 could create over 500,000 new jobs, reduce household carbon emissions by 21 per cent by 2023/24 and cut household bills by an average of £418, according to new research published by the New Economics Foundation (NEF).
Energy efficiency is cited as the biggest missed opportunity of the last decade, according to the Energy Institute’s Energy Barometer 2020.
250 homes will be fitted with energy-efficient heat pumps as part of an alternative heating solutions scheme recently launched by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and E.ON.
UK homeowners will receive vouchers of up to £5,000 for energy-saving home improvements, the chancellor is set to announce.
A coalition of local leaders and businesses have joined forces to call on the Government to pledge £5bn toward local energy projects in the upcoming stimulus package.
The main professional organisation for estate agents and surveyors is demanding that the Government ensure that practically every home sold should achieve a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of C.
Almost half of the UK’s electricity was supplied by renewables in the first three months of this year, according figures published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Research released by the Advanced Propulsion Centre to coincide with government pledges around a ‘green recovery’ reveals that in the next five years the move to electric cars could benefit the UK economy by £24bn.
Higher ambition and faster action by governments to accelerate improvements in energy efficiency worldwide are both vital and achievable, according to ten key recommendations published by the Global Commission for Urgent Action on Energy Efficiency.
Ministers must seize the opportunity to turn the COVID-19 crisis into a defining moment in the fight against climate change, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) says today.
Property giant British Land is to transform the entire portfolio of its estate to net zero carbon – including developments – by 2030.

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