UK smashes low carbon electricity record with wind power

On Monday 18th September, the UK achieved a new low carbon intensity record of 27g/kWh, according to new data

Heat pump beats energy waste: Mimicking the heart’s rhythm

Scientists mimic the human heart’s pulsating power to slash energy consumption in heat pump processes

UK Energy Secretary: No ‘punishing’ energy bills

Energy Security Secretary Claire Coutinho has assured families that the government won’t burden them with increased costs to meet green objectives

UK’s £100bn energy investment plea

The government has been urged to attract £100 billion private investment to ensure energy security

Solar boom or gloom?

New analysis reveals that imposing more restrictions on ground-mounted solar farms could inflate energy bills by up to £5 billion annually

National Grid’s winter blackout prevention scheme returns

The electricity system operator has announced the return of its Demand Flexibility Service, allowing homes and businesses to earn rewards by adjusting energy usage

UK puts brakes on £120 hydrogen household levy

The hydrogen levy was intended to cover the costs of hydrogen production

£2.8m energy efficiency boost for Coventry homes

Coventry City Council has given the go-ahead for a £2.8 million grant to enhance energy efficiency in 150 homes, aiming to cut carbon and combat fuel poverty

Cost concerns top list of barriers to heat pump adoption

Almost two-thirds of Britons express interest in adopting heat pumps as a means to reduce their long-term energy bills, according to a new survey

‘UK faces £1.5bn surge in energy bills due to wind farm barriers’

The ECIU alleges that bureaucratic hurdles by the government could increase annual bills by £1.5 billion due to hindered wind farm development