Energy suppliers invited to make claims over SoLR costs

Submitted claims will be decided by 17th December

UK to help Malaysia on its net zero journey following COP26

Malaysia was a signatory of the Glasgow Climate Pact, the pledge to end deforestation and methane emission reduction at the climate summit

Ofgem hints stricter stress tests for energy suppliers

Jonathan Brearley said that the next day after the current energy crisis will find the retail sector face “fit and proper” tests

MPs require all new buildings to have renewables from next year

Almost half of MPs approve the removal of VAT on all domestic renewables and energy efficiency measures for 10 years, a new survey shows

Portobello Road, ‘non bello’ for cars!

Britain’s most famous market will ban cars completely in a bid to cut emissions and improve the air quality of the area

Revamped British finance institution to boost clean growth in developing countries

The renamed body will invest billions in clean infrastructure and tech across Asia, Africa and the Caribbean

Motorways to get energy storage boost for EV charging

National Highways is investing in new battery packs to help drivers charge up their cars even when the grid supply is at its peak

Bulb officially enters into special administration

Energy Minister has announced that the administrators will now take temporary charge of the energy supplier

“North Sea oil and gas production is still vital”

Oil and Gas Authority Chairman said North Sea exploration can ensure a successful energy transition to net zero

Government unveils ‘biggest in a generation’ investment in tidal power

The government will invest £20 million every year in tidal stream electricity