New EU cross-border energy infrastructure rules end support for oil and gas projects

The Council has adopted a revised Trans-European Networks for Energy Regulation, which also introduces mandatory sustainability criteria for all projects

Customers with direct debit to ‘get £150 energy bill rebate quicker’

Councils have urged billpayers to set up direct debits so they can get the energy rebate payment quicker

Two thirds of local authorities ‘have no plans for EV charger installations’

Almost 60% of councils say they have no funds earmarked for future EV charging infrastructure

Edinburgh starts rollout of on-street EV charging points

All the new chargers in residential streets are expected to be up and running by spring 2022

‘London boosts LED streetlighting by £124m’

A new study has revealed which cities have invested the most in LED streetlighting

Edinburgh sweeps ahead with launch of new electric vehicle

The council – which is said to be the first local authority to roll out the electric sweeper – is estimated to save £18,000 a year in fuel compared to its diesel counterparts

West Berkshire Council’s green bond reaches £1m target

Around 22% of the funds came from residents in West Berkshire, who each invested an average of £3,500

Nottingham to trial wireless charging for electric taxis

A total of 10 taxis will be fitted with wireless charging hardware for taxi rank-based charging, with the city council providing the vehicles to drivers rent free

Nottingham City Homes rolls out electric cars and vans

A total of six cars and four vans have currently been replaced

EU and member states’ climate contributions exceed €21bn

They remain the largest provider of public climate finance, which has more than doubled since 2013, to help developing nations cope with the impacts of climate change