Net zero ‘requires a 40-fold increase in low carbon heating’

Currently, an estimated 26,000 low carbon heating systems are installed each year, according to a new report

Low carbon housing project launched in Hull to decarbonise heat

The project will demonstrate a combined ventilation and air source heat pump technology in a residential home in Hull

CCC: ‘Scotland can become the first UK nation to deliver a net zero roadmap’

Scotland’s emissions fell by 31% from 2008 to 2018, faster than any other nation of the UK and any G20 nation over the same period, according to a CCC report

Hackney unveils new solar scheme at watersports centre

West Reservoir Centre will now be able to generate all the power it needs from solar panels on its roof

Vattenfall to warm London homes and businesses with low carbon heating

The project will provide low carbon heating and hot water to 6,700 new homes and half a million square metres of new office, retail and commercial space

Water from abandoned mine working to warm Gateshead homes

The £5.9m funding will support the installation of a 6MW water source heat pump, which will extract heat from water in underground mine workings some 150m beneath Gateshead town centre

Vattenfall to power East London with low carbon heating from waste

Heat produced from the Cory Riverside Energy waste plant will be distributed to 10,500 UK homes through a centralised network

Scotland fires up £30m fund for low carbon heating

The Scottish Government is providing up to 50% of the total eligible costs of a project, up to a maximum of £10m each

UK consults on deploying £320m for heat networks

A consultation on how best to deploy £320 million for investment in low carbon heating projects in the next five years has been launched. The Heat Networks Investment Project (HNIP) aims to create a “central heating for cities” by increasing the number of heat networks being built and creating the conditions necessary for the development […]

Low carbon heat ‘could succeed without subsidies from 2021’

Low carbon district heating networks could succeed without subsidies from 2021. It would be possible by creating a regulatory framework that puts heat networks on par with other energy infrastructures, according to the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE). Building on the government’s pledge to provide £320 million for district heating networks in the next five […]