Cardiff’s ‘green’ homes set to slash energy bills

Cardiff Council’s new house development, equipped with smart technology, promises lower energy bills and carbon emissions for over-55s residents

Ofgem unaware of office gas and electricity suppliers

The energy regulator has admitted that it lacks information on the energy providers for its London, Cardiff and Glasgow offices

Three Welsh companies selected for offshore wind programme

Ledwood Mechanical Engineering, Mainstay Marine Solutions and CELSA Steel UK have been chosen for ORE Catapult’s inaugural F4OR programme in Wales

British Gas to hire 700 staff for customer support

British Gas is hiring 700 staff in call centres across Edinburgh, Leeds, Cardiff, Stockport and Leicester by year-end

Magic mushrooms for homes? UK researchers tap fungus to slash energy bills

Scientists from multiple universities plan to test bio-based materials, including fungal mycelium insulation, to enhance home energy efficiency and reduce bills

Statkraft announces its first UK green hydrogen project

The project is forecast to produce three tonnes of green hydrogen a day

COP26 Live: Fewer than half of Brits know what their cities are doing to reach net zero

Nearly 80% of Brits believe city leaders should have more powers to cut CO2 emissions, according to new research

Waste-to-energy plant to warm homes in Cardiff with £26.5m district heating network

Viridor’s Energy Recovery Facility could generate enough power to heat more than 68,000 households

Wales fired up for low carbon heat with £8m government funding

The UK Government is supporting the development of a heat network in Cardiff and a combined heat and power plant in Bridgend

Cardiff ‘temporarily’ burns household recycling

The council said sending the majority of the city’s waste to energy from waste facility is the ‘safest option for residents and our crews during the ongoing crisis’