‘No chance’ for UK to meet net zero goal without energy efficiency, MPs warn

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee says progress is stalling not due to a lack of evidence on how to drive uptake but ‘a lack of political will’

Ofgem sets out medium-term objectives amid changing energy sector

The regulator notes its main priority is to continue to ‘protect the interests of existing and future consumers’

Net zero: Leeds City Region launches Climate Coalition to deliver 2038 carbon goal

A group of primary pupils from Wetherby, known as the Energy Heroes who help reduce emissions at their school, were invited to launch the coalition

CCC’s damning report on climate progress: Industry responds

The CCC has suggested the UK Government’s actions to tackle climate change are falling well-short of what is needed to reach net zero by 2050

Ofgem warns Solarplicity over late Feed-in Tariff payments

The energy supplier failed to make some of the FiT payments that were due as part of the payment plans previously set out with the regulator

Government’s actions to tackle climate change ‘falling well-short of what’s needed’

The Committee on Climate Change has warned the government’s policies are still only making sustainable changes at an “incremental” level

Energy efficiency: New global high-level commission for urgent action

The panel will focus on key policy actions that can be taken by countries across the globe

‘Cross-party commission needed to agree climate emergency plans’

The Trades Union Congress has outlined how the transition to a low carbon economy can be reached while meeting the needs of workers

SSE calls on government to increase offshore wind cap

This year’s Contract for Difference (CfD) auction includes a capacity cap of 6GW for low carbon power

US proposes for oil refiners to increase role of biofuels in fuel mix

The regulation aims to support the agricultural sector and reduce the country’s dependence on oil