Government urged to offer rebate for Londoners on communal heat networks

Nearly 400,000 Londoners are exposed to volatile wholesale prices, according to new analysis

“Queen’s Speech should include measures to protect heat network customers”

Currently, customers on heat networks are more exposed to energy price hikes

UK energy security should be tied with heat networks, trade association says

The ADE has called for a wider adoption of heat networks and expansion of energy efficiency technologies

UK Government opens £288m fund for green heat network projects

The Green Heat Network Fund is expected to reduce carbon emissions equivalent to taking 5.6m cars off the road annually

Will heat network customers be struck by bigger increases in bills?

Nearly 17,000 blocks of flats are exposed to higher prices, according to research

Government urged to focus on heat pumps installations, not hydrogen

It will need a decade to fully embrace the potential of hydrogen for decarbonising heating, new research suggests

‘Failed energy efficiency policy forces 9m homes to pay £170 more for heating’

Low rates of energy efficiency improvements are to blame for the current high impact of gas prices on bills, according to a new report

Scottish Government invests £8.7m in green infrastructure projects

One of the projects will be a district heat network using heat from a waste water treatment works

‘Nearly 18m British homes may be unable to decarbonise heating’

Trade body said the government must recognise the role of hot water cylinders in decarbonisation

UK fires up £19m cash boost for five new heat networks

Ofgem has been appointed as Britain’s heat networks regulator to ensure consumers receive a ‘fair price’ and reliable supply of heat