European greenhouse gases soared in second quarter

Emissions jumped 18% last spring, according to Eurostat

Climate change tops chart of Brits’ concerns

Worry about climate recorded its highest-ever score, according to new poll

Ofgem to consult on altering energy price cap

It will open consultations to ensure the cap better represents risks and costs to suppliers

Smart meters
Smart meter installations dive 15% year-on-year

September saw an estimated 197,000 installations, according to a new report

Drax’s 2021 guide to Third Party Costs

Drax are pleased to bring you the latest edition of their bi-annual guide to Third Party Costs (TPCs). Also called non-energy or non-commodity costs, TPCs account for around 60% of commercial energy bills.

Britain ‘will have enough capacity to meet winter electricity demand’

In its new outlook report, the National Grid ESO expects sufficient margins over the winter to meet demand

Rise of smart meter installations halted in August

An estimated 189,000 smart meter installations were recorded last month, 16% fewer than in July

UK household emissions ‘fell by 10% in 2020’

The UK saw the biggest single-year emissions drop since 1990, the Office for National Statistics said

ENA recognised for its work during Covid-19 pandemic

The energy industry body has been shortlisted for two awards for its response to the global pandemic

Could AI hold the key to fuel poverty?

A new data software is being developed to identify fuel-poor households across London, the East and South East