Government awards £40m for seven district heating networks

BEIS is proposing to establish Ofgem as the heat network regulator

Wasted energy ‘costing businesses £60m a year in unnecessary bills’

Energy wasted by offices in the City of London could be used to power more than 65,000 homes, new research suggests

Bristol Energy launches three new renewable energy and green gas tariffs

Largely powered by local wind and solar power plants, the offerings aim to make the region a cleaner, greener and healthier place to live

New Rolls-Royce facility in Bristol to develop cleaner and efficient jet engine tech

The composite technology hub will manufacture fan blades and fan cases that are expected to significantly reduce weight in a jet engine, lowering both fuel consumption and emissions

Bristol takes the top spot as ‘UK’s greenest city’

New research from Compare The Market found the city has spent ‘hundreds of millions of pounds’ on tackling the issue of climate change

Bristol’s polluted air ‘is killing five people every week’

That’s the alarming finding reached in a new study from King’s College London, which examined how particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide contribute to health conditions such as asthma, heart disease, cancer and strokes

Bristol Council votes to ban diesel cars from 2021

Under the plan, all privately-owned diesel vehicles will be banned from entering it every day between 7am and 3pm by March 2021

Bristol could become first city in UK to ban diesel vehicles

Bristol City Council’s Cabinet has proposed to establish a Clean Air Zone in a “small area” of the city, in order to deliver the ‘fastest possible improvement in air quality’

Green light for low carbon modular homes in Bristol

ZEDpods says the development will have ‘very high energy efficiency’ and will be ‘super insulated’

Bristol consults on Clean Air Zone to tackle pollution

The consultation is open until 12th August 2019