IEA: Hydrogen investment at risk due to policy delays and rising costs

Despite more than 40 countries having hydrogen strategies, low emissions hydrogen remains under 1% of production due to insufficient investment and government support, the IEA has said

DHL and Tesco partner to decarbonise transport in Ireland

DHL plans to deploy 92 locally fueled biomethane trucks across Tesco’s nationwide distribution network.

Coventry and E.ON’s UK green energy pact

E.ON will become the city’s strategic energy partner, collaborating on projects to benefit Coventry residents, including a solar farm, electric vehicle charging points and energy-efficient initiatives

UK astronaut backs space solar farms

UK astronaut Tim Peake has endorsed the feasibility of solar farms in space, citing the declining costs

UK steelmakers: ‘Green hydrogen could save 3,500 tonnes of carbon annually’

A study reveals Sheffield’s steel industry can slash its carbon dioxide emissions by 40% by transitioning from natural gas to locally produced green hydrogen

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

Consumer advocate offers heat pump discount

Which? has unveiled an exclusive member-only offer in partnership with Octopus Energy, providing a 5% discount on heat pump and solar panel installations

UK launches £1bn insulation scheme

More than 300,000 homes in England, Scotland and Wales are expected to benefit from the Great British Insulation Scheme, potentially saving families up to £400 per year on energy bills

UK’s £100bn energy investment plea

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

ESO revamps Balancing Reserve: Green light for smaller units

The Electricity System Operator has changed its plans for the Balancing Reserve service, making it accessible to smaller units alongside larger ones