UK’s £160m green boost for developing nations

This financial support is expected to accelerate the development and deployment of green technologies

UK approves massive offshore wind farm in North Wales

The government has granted a development consent order for the Awel y Môr offshore wind farm project, which is predicted to power half a million homes

Fresh call for action as energy bills soar

A dire warning has been issued to the government, stating that the situation is in a perilous state unless it promptly addresses the looming fuel poverty crisis

New UK scheme promises to slash energy bills for thousands

The Great British Insulation Scheme is set to provide more than 300,000 homes with the potential to save an average of £400 per year on their energy bills

‘UK offshore wind farms delayed amidst renewables auction fallout’

UK offshore wind farm developers are reportedly postponing non-essential work on projects due to a failed government renewables auction

UK Energy Secretary: No ‘punishing’ energy bills

Energy Security Secretary Claire Coutinho has assured families that the government won’t burden them with increased costs to meet green objectives

Ireland-UK energy link and gas security

Two agreements were signed to bolster electrical interconnection between Ireland and Britain while strengthening practices for natural gas supply security

Is UK’s green energy auction on the brink?

Industry insiders are expressing concerns that tomorrow’s announcement may reveal a lack of significant bids in the forthcoming Contracts for Difference auction results

UK lifts onshore wind ban

The new measures will make it easier to find suitable locations for onshore wind farms by involving communities and speeding up site allocation through different local planning processes

UK’s oil boiler reform underway

A new Energy Bill amendment gives ministers the power to require liquid fuel providers to offer renewable options