Leeds to expand low carbon heating network

The network uses non-recyclable waste to heat the city’s buildings and homes

‘Most low carbon heat tech produces no direct emissions’

That’s the claim of a new report, delving into the environmental impact of these technologies in use

North London homes get £27.8m low carbon funding

This will see low carbon heating installed at properties in Tottenham and Wood Green

Glaswegian heat pump to accelerate the UK’s race to low carbon heat

The so-called “flexible” technology integrates a heat source that could potentially reduce the pump’s power consumption

Heat pumps are a ‘necessity for net zero’

However, can the public afford to make the change?

How smart meters can lead to more efficiency…

A new study reveals that measuring heat loss from homes could be the answer to cutting emissions in buildings

Why is low carbon heat critical for net zero success?

In this week’s podcast with two Gemserv experts, we look to uncover how the heat industry is changing and the key role it has in a low carbon future

Heat pumps – ‘this technology has to take off’

Why are heat pumps considered so key to a low carbon energy transition and have they become even more important in light of recent prices?

Low carbon heating – ‘government must do more’

A new report calls on the government to further prioritise the decarbonisation of heat in the UK