Price cap hike ‘has blown a hole in government’s heat pump strategy’

The government has been urged to set out a “credible” domestic heating strategy able to survive under the current energy market

Hubbub and OVO launch search for Glasgow street for energy efficiency trial

They are seeking a street in the Scottish city ‘with a strong sense of community and a willingness to make changes’ to their homes and reduce energy bills

Italian scheme to support biomethane production granted EU approval

The biomethane produced will be injected into the national gas grid for use in the transport and heating sectors

EDF and Veolia criticised for keeping ties to Russia

Energy companies have been accused of holding contracts that indirectly fund Russia

UK home heaters to offer grid balancing service

Centrica and Gen Dimplex have launched the ‘UK’s largest’ trial of domestic smart storage heaters

Australia unveils poo-powered heat plan for homes

Wastewater will power thousands of homes in Sydney

Another council considers creating “warm banks”

Lancashire County Council has agreed to look at plans for operating spaces to keep people warm amid soaring energy bills

Will the UK need 600 years to hit its 2050 heat pump target?

The UK had the worst heat pump installation rate last year, according to a report

Council to create spaces for people who can’t afford to heat their home

Bristol City Council plans to launch “warm places” in October

Oxford launches cut-price heat pump project

The scheme aims to create neighbourhoods with a high uptake of heat pumps