Local leaders concerned over UK clean heat policy

Local leaders have raised concerns about plans to drop the Clean Heat Market Mechanism, fearing it could harm climate efforts and industry investment

UK heat pump scheme could act as constraint on the clean heat market

Energy UK suggests additional demand-side policies, such as changes to the Boiler Upgrade scheme and increased funding, should be considered to boost uptake of heat pumps

Government backs clean heat projects with £91m

This includes a geothermal project in Cornwall, set to power 4,000 homes

Heat pumps get £14m boost

The government is providing a new round of funding to make installations cheaper and grow the clean heat workforce

‘Green hydrogen three times as expensive as heat pumps’

Heat pumps are the viable option to decarbonising homes, researchers claim

British Gas to offer heat pump installations for under £3k

It has also stated it will match offers below this offered by other companies

Industry responds to Ofgem’s warning of new surge in the price cap

Energy leaders have reflected on predictions that the October price cap will rise to around £2,800

Three-quarters of Brits want low carbon alternative to gas

Given the cost of heat pump installations, many back hydrogen as the way to decarbonise their homes

Vattenfall launches ‘UK’s largest’ heat network

The project is forecast to provide heat to the equivalent of half a million homes in London

Low carbon heating, a matter of leisure for Oxford!

Oxford’s public leisure centres, including swimming pools and ice rinks will have their gas boilers replaced with heat pumps