UK data centres heat up heating networks

Tech trade association techUK has published a report exploring the potential benefits and challenges of integrating data centre heat into district heating networks across the UK

‘Grid errors delay housebuilding’

New research suggests that miscalculations in estimating electricity grid connections for new homes are significantly hindering the housebuilding industry

Energy retrofits for West Suffolk’s older homes

Tenants in West Suffolk benefit from decreased energy costs through energy efficiency upgrades in older properties

Recycled food powers UK homes

Last year, Essex provided over 37,000 tonnes of food waste, powering 6,310 homes across the UK for an entire year

Peterborough Hospital secures £3.75m for LED upgrade

The plan is to install 15,765 LED bulbs in the hospital

Hackney greenlights discounted solar energy for council tenants

Hackney Council approves plan to provide discounted electricity from rooftop solar panels to over 500 council homes, reducing bills and carbon footprint

Industry urges government to keep Clean Heat Mechanism

Leading energy companies, manufacturers and financial groups rally behind the Clean Heat Market Mechanism in a letter to Energy Secretary Claire Coutinho

Two-thirds shun home energy fixes amid rising costs

A recent poll by Energy UK and One Home reveals that despite lower energy prices, more than two-thirds of people didn’t upgrade home energy efficiency in 2023 due to upfront costs

Shell to convert German site for premium lubricant production

Shell Deutschland GmbH has announced a final investment decision to repurpose the Wesseling site at the Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland into a Group III base oil production unit

Global gas demand set for 2.5% growth in 2024

The International Energy Agency has warned that geopolitical uncertainties and supply constraints may trigger price fluctuations