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Energy price cap falls, millions still struggling

Energy price cap falls, millions still struggling

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Energy price cap falls, millions still struggling

The energy price cap is set to fall, but nearly 5.6 million UK households remain in fuel poverty, according to National Energy Action

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UK heat pump demand rises

UK heat pump demand rises

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UK heat pump demand rises

The rise in demand for heat pumps is attributed to an increase in government grants

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UK ports plan green shipping corridor to reduce emissions

UK ports plan green shipping corridor to reduce emissions

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UK ports plan green shipping corridor to reduce emissions

NatPower Marine and Peel Ports Group have unveiled plans for the UK’s first ‘green shipping corridors’ between the UK and Ireland

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UK trials battery-powered train, ditching diesel

UK trials battery-powered train, ditching diesel

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UK trials battery-powered train, ditching diesel

The UK is trialling its first battery-powered intercity train, aiming to reduce emissions and fuel costs by 30%

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UK energy sector unites behind energy skills passport

UK energy sector unites behind energy skills passport

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UK energy sector unites behind energy skills passport

Industry leaders in both wind and oil and gas sectors have come together to support the creation of an ‘energy skills passport’

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European power demand to increase 58% by 2050

European power demand to increase 58% by 2050

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European power demand to increase 58% by 2050

Europe is expected to see a 58% increase in power demand by 2050 due to increased use of hydrogen, electrification of households and transportation, according to a new report

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Energy industry urges focus on renewables in July election

Energy industry urges focus on renewables in July election

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Energy industry urges focus on renewables in July election

The next government will determine if the UK achieves its legally binding net zero carbon emissions goals

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Nearly 20% of smart meter users manually submit readings

Nearly 20% of smart meter users manually submit readings

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Nearly 20% of smart meter users manually submit readings

Citizens Advice reports millions of UK households face issues with smart meters, urging new rules for suppliers to fix faults promptly to prevent unexpected bills

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Construction begins on €2.8bn UK-Germany energy link

Construction begins on €2.8bn UK-Germany energy link

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Construction begins on €2.8bn UK-Germany energy link

Construction has started on NeuConnect’s €2.8 billion energy link between the UK and Germany, set to be completed by 2028

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UK selects Wylfa for new nuclear power plant

UK selects Wylfa for new nuclear power plant

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UK selects Wylfa for new nuclear power plant

The UK Government has selected Wylfa in Anglesey as the preferred site for a new large scale nuclear power plant

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Heat networks’ success hinges on zoning and levy rebalancing

Heat networks’ success hinges on zoning and levy rebalancing

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Heat networks’ success hinges on zoning and levy rebalancing

As the industry prepares to roll out low carbon heat networks across the UK, rebalancing levies away from electricity remains a crucial issue

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UK exceeds emissions targets, will not carry forward surplus

UK exceeds emissions targets, will not carry forward surplus

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UK exceeds emissions targets, will not carry forward surplus

The UK Government announced today that the country has surpassed its carbon emissions targets by 15% and it will not carry forward the surplus

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