British Gas Energy Trust seeks a new provider

The charity provides financial help with fuel bills to individuals and families and has established a funding programme for 17 advice organisations.

National Galleries of Scotland ends links with BP over climate concerns

The decision means the BP Portrait Award 2019 exhibition opening on 7th December at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery will be the last staging of the annual event

Work restarts on waste-to-biogas plant in Swindon

The facility will convert 8,000 tonnes per year of household waste into 2.2 million cubic metres of natural gas

Major oil and gas companies ‘are already entering the world of virtual reality’

A new report suggests the technology allows energy firms to fast-track the process of resource discovery, well-planning and employee training

EU finance ministers call to end fossil fuel investment

In a joint statement, finance experts from the EU have said divesting from oil, gas and coal projects would signal a significant shift in the region’s efforts to tackle emissions, pollution and climate change

Picture of the European Union flag on solar panels and a wind turbine
Renewable energy ‘will supply 53% of Europe’s power by 2030’

That’s the forecast from Wood Mackenzie, which suggests most countries across the region are on track to deliver on their individual National Energy and Climate Plans

CNG stocking up on manure to produce ‘first net zero fuel for HGVs’

The firm plans to offer carbon-neutral biomethane to businesses from 2021

Good News on Gas?

Every winter the term ‘security of supply’ comes to the fore. Sensationalist headlines start to appear questioning whether we will ‘keep the lights on’ or face ‘blackouts this winter’.

Government says frack off to shale gas fracturing in UK

It has announced fracking will not be allowed to proceed in the UK unless evidence is provided that shale gas extraction can be carried out safely

Energy UK sets out policy proposals for next government

The organisation says the policies are needed if the country is to meet its 2050 net zero target at the lowest cost to consumers