Network arrangements approved for hydrogen heating project

The heating trial will involve nearly 300 homes in Fife connected to a dedicated hydrogen gas grid

How will Britons be persuaded to cut energy usage by 15%?

A new public information campaign will reportedly be launched by the government in the coming days

Official data reveals millions of unspent Boiler Upgrade Scheme funding

Of the £150m budget for the first year of the scheme, vouchers worth £33.9m have been issued

Council knitting blankets to help people struggling with energy bills

A local authority in Derbyshire has confirmed that its staff are knitting blankets to help keep people warm this winter

Heat pumps from as little as £2k?

A new partnership between Octopus and Lloyds aims to offer heat pumps costing less than many gas boilers

UK takes first step towards planning a hydrogen town trial

GDNs have been invited to submit proposals for areas potentially suitable for early deployment of hydrogen heating

‘UK energy bill crisis will get worse without insulation measures’

Energy measures announced last week are forecast to do little to tackle the crisis in the medium and long term, according to a new report

‘One-in-four adults will not turn on heating this winter’

Almost one-in-three adults with children plan not to turn their heating on, new survey shows

Price cap hike ‘has blown a hole in government’s heat pump strategy’

The government has been urged to set out a “credible” domestic heating strategy able to survive under the current energy market

Glaswegian heat pump to accelerate the UK’s race to low carbon heat

The so-called “flexible” technology integrates a heat source that could potentially reduce the pump’s power consumption