£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

Will the mini-budget create “economic growth” or “chaos”?

Can the measures unlock Britain’s economic potential or plunge more people into fuel poverty? Here’s what the industry says about the mini-budget

CCC: “We cannot reach net zero if we continue to use gas for heat”

There are still funding and policy gaps in the government’s Heat and Buildings strategy, the CCC has said

UK price cap predicted to spike to £3k in October after Russian invasion

Analysts forecast October default price cap could see a further 52% increase on current levels

Government urged to retrofit 3.3m interwar homes to tackle fuel poverty

Just 10% of interwar homes have an EPC above band C, new research finds

Ireland aiming to retrofit one-third of housing stock by 2030

The Irish Government unveiled a new plan also aiming for nearly half a million home energy upgrades by the same time

Low income households to benefit from £8.3m heating upgrades

More than 600 households across North Yorkshire will receive green upgrades

UK unlocks £160m energy efficiency package for social houses

The investment is forecast to help tenants save around £170 per year on energy bills

Western Power Distribution pledges £6bn to reach net zero by 2028

The investment will be made in network improvement, environmental sustainability and new community energy projects across the Midlands, South West and Wales as set out in its second draft RIIO-ED2 business plan

Cadent Foundation grants £3m for ‘green doctors’ to tackle fuel poverty

The grant will enable Groundwork to expand its programme, deploying trained energy efficiency advisors in at least 10 priority locations, providing energy cost saving advice to thousands of vulnerable households