Cows ‘could bring clean heat to 750,000 UK homes’

Almost 109 biomethane green gas production sites are currently connected to Britain’s gas grid, new report suggests

Landmark deal to make King’s Cross ‘UK’s first’ green gas district

The green gas deal is forecast to halve the district’s carbon footprint

Government proposes tax on gas suppliers to fund green gas production plants

It expects the effect on consumer bills to be ‘relatively minor’, estimated to peak at around £6.90 on an annual gas bill

Hydrogen Taskforce outlines decarbonisation plan

Over the next five years, it calls on the government to develop a cross-departmental Hydrogen Strategy and commit to spending £1 billion on producing, storing and distributing the gas

British Gas launches ‘Green Future Plus’ energy tariff

The average energy bill for consumers will total £1,237, which the supplier says is a cost-effective option for those looking for the ‘greenest’ tariff

Guest Blog: Mark Westwood – Turning up the heat with greener gas

Heat currently accounts for 45% of the UK’s energy demand, most of which is fuelled by natural gas

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PassivSystems works to allow more green gas onto the grid

The firm will work with partners Wales & West Utilities, Cadent and Costain as part of a £2.4 million project

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Energy efficiency and electrification ‘could slash costs of 2050 decarbonisation’

A new report suggests these methods would prove 36% more affordable than decarbonising through the use of green gas

Bulb pledges 100% carbon neutral gas under new partnership

It has joined forces with ClimateCare to fund carbon reduction projects across the world

Spring Statement: Low carbon homes and travel and business energy efficiency

Chancellor Philip Hammond has launched consultations on possible future changes for the public and businesses to comment on