Companies’ ‘profiteering’ and Russia are to blame for high bills, Brits say

Just 13% of the public believe that green levies should be removed to provide support to struggling households, a new survey finds

‘Failed energy efficiency policy forces 9m homes to pay £170 more for heating’

Low rates of energy efficiency improvements are to blame for the current high impact of gas prices on bills, according to a new report

Energy UK’s boss predicts two rises in bills this year

The regulator’s price cap could increase to £2,400 in April, Emma Pinchbeck said

Crown Estate Scotland unveils wind winners

Of 74 applications, 17 projects have been awarded right to Scottish seabed

Nearly three-quarters of Brits ‘haven’t a clue about gas boiler pollution’

A new poll shows almost 89% of people do not know that a gas boiler emits more carbon than a new car

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

UK ‘lagging behind Europe on green steel drive’

A new report suggests the UK’s lack of ambition to decarbonise the steel sector could threaten thousands of jobs

‘UK’s leakiest homes could feel the squeeze of a £50 rise in energy bills during winter lockdown’

Families in poorly-insulated homes could face heating bills elevated on average to £124 per month, compared with £76 for those in well-insulated homes, according to a new report

‘UK is most successful G7 nation for green growth’

The UK has been the most successful G7 nation in growing its economy whilst reducing emissions. That’s according to a new report from the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU), which shows in the 25 years since the signing of the UN’s Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Britons have become 130% wealthier, on average, […]