UK slashes CO2 emissions by 41% since 1990

This has been driven by a shift away from coal and growth in the use of renewable energy sources, among other factors

UK issues call to manufacturers to help in fight against pandemic

Gas analyser manufacturer Signal Group has already responded affirmatively to the call and offered assistance

Alok Sharma appointed as Business and Energy Secretary and COP26 Minister

He is replacing Andrea Leadsom, who was sacked this morning as part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s reshuffle

Big Energy Saving Week: Top 10 tips to reduce your energy bills

The campaign focuses on raising public awareness about the potential benefits of switching energy suppliers or tariffs and educatingpeople on how to best make homes more energy efficient

Energy price cap saved households £1bn on bills in 2019

Around 11m households on default tariffs saved between £75 to £100 on their dual fuel bills

Energy Systems Catapult chosen to manage £16.5m heat pump trial

The pilot project aims to understand the technical and practical feasibility of a large-scale installation of heat pumps

Refusing smart meters ‘could soon become very expensive’ for households

Climate Change Minister Lord Duncan told the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee that people who stop a smart meter being installed could be hit by “very high” bills

Carbon pricing after Brexit – what might it mean for UK energy users?

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is planning for the future of carbon pricing in a no-deal Brexit.

Government ‘must stop publishing misleading solar statistics’

The Solar Trade Association says official figures relating to solar photovoltaic deployment in the UK are inaccurate and calls for the method of data collection to be reformed

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Commercial energy efficiency and the elephant in the room

Saving energy and improving assets is a win-win for both tenant and a landlord. Yet making it happen can be difficult