Net Hero Podcast – Chris Skidmore continues his mission

I chat to Chris Skidmore about his forthcoming book Mission Zero and his view on our current progress to that 2050 target he set!

Green hydrogen project on Teesside moves forward

With production set to begin in 2026, HyGreen Teesside is on track to be among the UK’s largest green hydrogen facilities

Energy bill alert: Submit meter reading to unlock savings of £426

Households are given a few weeks to take a meter reading, ensuring an annual saving of £426 as energy bills are set to be capped at a lower level by Ofgem on 1st July

UK achieves 13% reduction in carbon footprint

The reduction in the carbon footprint during 2020, was primarily influenced by decreased emissions from transportation, domestically produced goods and services, according to a report

Cornwall Council responds: Lights left on lead to staff training

Cornwall Council has responded to reports over lights left on at one of its buildings by announcing staff training to ensure lights are switched off

‘Brits stopped enough peak energy use to power 10m homes’

That’s following the anti-energy blackout scheme ran by National Grid ESO last winter

Ofgem: “Some suppliers have unexplained jumps in contract charges”

The energy regulator has said some non-domestic suppliers may have breached licence conditions

National Grid spent hefty sums to keep the lights on during cold snap

The system operator paid some of the steepest rates for gas-powered electricity on Tuesday, fresh data shows

More Britons turn to smart meters to save on energy bills

Soaring energy bills have led nearly 56% of billpayers with a smart meter to monitor their energy more this winter, new survey shows

Hydrogen builds better – can you dig it?

The ‘world’s first’ hydrogen-powered digger is set to hit the UK roads