Grant Shapps ‘sympathetic’ to energy bill concerns

This is after the announcement that the price cap would fall to £3,280 from £4,279 in April

EPC ratings need reform, says Climate Change Committee’s chair

Lord Deben has said current metrics do not help people understand the energy efficiency of their homes

Energy prices to change in January – but by how much?

The government is adjusting the EPC, which will see some households’ bills go up minimally

Leaky walls, the biggest challenge in UK’s energy efficiency drive?

Nearly two-thirds of all homes in London have poor-quality walls, according to a new report

UK Government unveils £1bn ECO+ energy efficiency scheme

It will extend support to those who currently do not benefit from any other government support to upgrade their homes, targeting the least energy efficient homes

Refund stamp duty for net zero action, say banks

They are calling on more financial incentives for people who make their homes greener

Emissions from heating of No10 soar amid energy crisis

Liz Truss’ and Kwasi Kwarteng’s flats have reportedly received an energy performance certificate rated “F”

‘Insulating homes this winter could be cost neutral’

Research claims the Treasury could break even if it invests in insulating rooves and walls this winter

Hubbub and OVO launch search for Glasgow street for energy efficiency trial

They are seeking a street in the Scottish city ‘with a strong sense of community and a willingness to make changes’ to their homes and reduce energy bills

‘Gas bills for UK’s leakiest homes to be higher by almost £1,000 than expected rises’

Homes with an EPC rating of band F fall into this category, new report shows