Gas mains and pipes did not cause the Birmingham house explosion, says Cadent

There will be an excavation of the house to allow emergency services to continue their investigation into the causes of the incident

British gas consortium helps repair work of Ukraine’s damaged energy infrastructure

Large-scale components and specialist tools were donated to help Ukraine’s gas networks

Will a Cheshire town become home to UK’s first hydrogen village?

Residents in part of Ellesmere Port could receive free boiler upgrades

Wales & West Utilities joins forces to address fuel poverty

The gas emergency service has joined forces with distribution networks to provide £500k to a charity

Gas networks partner with charity to help 17.5k vulnerable people

Vulnerable households will access carbon monoxide information and energy advice

‘Hydrogen town’ to be built in Lincolnshire

Equinor and Cadent will work together to explore the feasibility of creating a hydrogen town within the Humber region

UK regulator dismisses appeals against Ofgem’s RIIO-2 price control

CMA has found in favour of Ofgem on most grounds and it upheld the regulator’s decision to reduce the future returns to investors

‘UK’s first’ hydrogen blended gas hailed a success

Nearly 100 homes received the blended gas for 18 months with residents reporting positive results from their experience

UK village to trial hydrogen mix in home boilers

Winlaton near Newcastle has become a testing ground for phasing out natural gas boilers in homes

Fuel of the future? UK’s first hydrogen-powered homes open to the public

People will be able to interact with a range of hydrogen-fed appliances such as hobs, cookers, boilers and a barbecue