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UK Energy minister resigns

UK Energy minister resigns

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UK Energy minister resigns

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Heat pump grant applications increase by 39%

Heat pump grant applications increase by 39%

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Heat pump grant applications increase by 39%

A total of £133 million has been issued in vouchers through the Boiler Upgrade Scheme, according to government data

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SSEN invests £2.2m in Dorset electricity upgrade

SSEN invests £2.2m in Dorset electricity upgrade

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SSEN invests £2.2m in Dorset electricity upgrade

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Distribution will invest £2.2 million in upgrading Dorset’s electricity infrastructure

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Europe’s gas consumption plummets

Europe’s gas consumption plummets

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Europe’s gas consumption plummets

European gas demand has dropped 20% since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, according to a report

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Centrica and Repsol strike LNG deal

Centrica and Repsol strike LNG deal

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Centrica and Repsol strike LNG deal

Centrica Energy and Repsol have inked a deal, with one million tonnes of LNG shipments scheduled between 2025 and 2027, aimed at the Grain LNG import terminal in Kent

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Veolia hits 2GW in flexible power

Veolia hits 2GW in flexible power

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Veolia hits 2GW in flexible power

Veolia has managed over 2GW of flexible electrical power across 10,000 sites in Europe

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New £4bn utilities frameworks to fast track low carbon projects

New £4bn utilities frameworks to fast track low carbon projects

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New £4bn utilities frameworks to fast track low carbon projects

SCAPE has introduced two different frameworks offering an accelerated, direct award model to empower utility sector organisations in advancing their low carbon projects across the UK

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H&M strikes solar park deal

H&M strikes solar park deal

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H&M strikes solar park deal

The solar parks aim to generate a minimum of 24GWh annually, contributing to H&M Group’s ambition to source only renewable electricity by 2030

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Scotland’s renewable generation soars to 113% of electricity needs

Scotland’s renewable generation soars to 113% of electricity needs

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Scotland’s renewable generation soars to 113% of electricity needs

Renewable energy production in Scotland outstripped its electricity consumption, reaching 113% in 2022, marking a significant 26% increase from the previous year, according to a report

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UK invests £80.6m in green heating projects

UK invests £80.6m in green heating projects

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UK invests £80.6m in green heating projects

Nearly 2,000 homes and businesses are set to benefit from a project, which utilises waste heat from a sewer in Bolton

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Camden launches scheme to help local businesses save energy

Camden launches scheme to help local businesses save energy

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Camden launches scheme to help local businesses save energy

Camden council will be offering free support to nearly 125 local businesses for reducing energy consumption, cutting costs and lowering carbon emissions

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“UK EVs outshine North Sea oil for energy security”

“UK EVs outshine North Sea oil for energy security”

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“UK EVs outshine North Sea oil for energy security”

Electric cars in the UK are set to enhance energy security more effectively than new North Sea oil licences, reducing dependence on petrol imports, according to a report

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