Bulk of Brits ‘to turn off heating for summer by April’

A new survey finds 51% admit they would be turning the heating off to save money, while just 9% said they will be turning off heating for its environmental benefits

Solar project with thermal hydro storage lands in Australia

Melbourne based start-up RayGen has secured AUD$3 million to facilitate a research study into the technology

Sunamp partners with Ripple Energy to provide clean heat and hot water

The agreement will enable users to access zero carbon hot water on demand

Ireland announces €1m for three geothermal projects

The funding by SEAI and GSI is to support research and innovation into providing clean heat and power from the ground

Guest Blog: Richard Burrell – Why this year’s Budget is an opportunity to avoid a decarbonisation ‘cliff edge’

Following last week’s cabinet reshuffle, which saw the appointment of a new Chancellor of the Exchequer just four weeks before the Budget on 11 March, there are now some concerns that the anticipated ‘green Budget’ is in doubt.

Talking Energy: ‘Heat has to go up the agenda if we want to hit net zero’

Richard Burrell of AMP Clean Energy, outlines his vision for heat decarbonisation for both industry and the public sector

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Halton Borough Council joins North West Hydrogen Alliance

It is the first local authority to do so and is calling on other councils to ’embrace hydrogen’ to meet their climate change obligations

E.ON to help paper mill tear down carbon footprint with new biomass plant

It is designed to have an electrical output of 20MW and a thermal firing capacity of 87MW

Scotland
Scotland ‘could be poised for a clean heat revolution’

That’s the call from industry body Scottish Renewables, which suggests a new Heat Networks Bill could see the equivalent of 460,000 homes heated renewably by 2030

Scottish Government ‘should invest at least £500m every year to decarbonise’

WWF Scotland and Vivid Economics say fossil fuel heating must be phased out if the country is to successfully end its contribution to climate change by 2045