Insulate Britain on ELN: “This is not about our ego”

A member of Insulate Britain spoke to ELN about the disruption caused by the group’s actions and the drivers’ anger

Two-fifths of GHG measures ‘installed in London and the South East’

London has become home to almost a quarter of the installed energy-saving measures receiving the Green Homes Grant, according to a new report

NAO: “Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme was not executed to an acceptable standard”

The UK’s independent public spending watchdog found that the scheme had an over-ambitious timetable that limited its carbon reduction and job creation impact

Insulation most installed measure of the GHG voucher scheme

BEIS latest figures show insulation measures made up nearly 74% of the 31,900 improvements installed through the scheme

Green Homes Grant receives the largest number of applications before its big exit

Nealy 31,000 applications were made last month for energy efficiency improvements

Homes in Northern England ‘will be harder hit from the scrapped Green Homes Grant’

Nearly 223,000 homes in northern regions are estimated to miss out on the chance to install green measures, according to a new report

E.ON recruits for 100 new roles to support LAD scheme of Green Homes Grant

The firm will hire electrical installers, roofers and safety assessors

Government ditches Green Homes Grant

Responding to the announcement, EnergyUK said scrapping the scheme before it got off the ground will undermine trust

EAC: Government’s investment in energy efficiency is ‘woefully inadequate’

The body said the government’s net zero target will hit a roadblock unless urgent action is taken to decarbonise homes across Britain

Industry responds to Chancellor’s new Budget

Rishi Sunak has opened his red box – but what does the energy industry think?