Industry responds to the government’s Heat and Buildings Strategy

Industry leaders said the programme is a “step in the right direction” but lacks ambition

Seven charities awarded £1.9m to tackle fuel poverty

Charities will receive grants from £49,000 to more than £678,000 for projects designed to support energy justice and cut CO2 emissions

Industry reacts to landmark IPCC report findings

Following the publication of the sixth Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Assessment Report, the industry, academia and campaigners respond to its key findings

Twelve charities secure £2.2m to tackle fuel poverty

The funding will come from Ofgem’s energy redress scheme

Give free heat pumps to poorer households, consortium says

The group, which includes major energy companies and trade associations, proposes a ‘Fair Heat Deal’ to make clean heating affordable to all

Scottish Government to offer loans of up to £20,000 for second-hand EVs

The extension of the Low Carbon Transport Loan will enable an individual to obtain an interest-free loan over five years

British charities to receive £5m as part of Ofgem-appointed scheme to support vulnerable people

The Energy Redress Scheme has awarded more than £12.3 million to 70 charities across the UK since 2018

More than a third of Brits ‘paying more for their energy’

Around 9.7m households have not taken steps to change their home energy usage, despite the opportunity to reduce their energy bills and contribute towards cutting carbon emissions

Charities offered share of £10m to support vulnerable energy customers

The funding is being granted through the Energy Redress Scheme, which collects voluntary payments from suppliers to make reparations for effects on consumers

Government revs up funding cap for electric delivery bikes

It is increasing the limit from £50,000 to £200,000 per organisation