Industry reacts to government’s Electricity Security Bill

What are the industry’s thoughts about the Energy Security Bill?

Will Insulate Britain lend its name to government’s alleged £1bn package?

Government officials have reportedly discussed the idea of naming the insulation scheme after the campaign group

Industry responds to Ofgem’s warning of new surge in the price cap

Energy leaders have reflected on predictions that the October price cap will rise to around £2,800

Rising energy bills: ‘Price cap is not the answer’

The ADE claims that Ofgem’s energy price cap is not a good enough measure to combat hiking energy costs

Industry calls for more energy efficiency investments

Policy incentives are needed to upgrade the UK’s leakiest homes, a trade association has said

UK energy security should be tied with heat networks, trade association says

The ADE has called for a wider adoption of heat networks and expansion of energy efficiency technologies

‘Place-based net zero measures could create £108bn in energy savings’

A new report has stated that moving away from a nationwide ‘one size fits all’ approach could be the answer in the clean transition

Treasury urged to remove VAT on energy efficiency measures

Trade body says elimination of the VAT could help rapid carbon reductions

Low carbon heating – ‘government must do more’

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

Trade association warns postponement of ECO scheme could derail net zero

The Association for Decentralised Energy said the reported cancellation of ECO scheme would hurt vulnerable customers