‘Residents disturbed by noisy school heat pumps’

Neighbours near Reepham High School in Norfolk raise concerns about disruptive noise from heat pumps

New heat network to warm homes and businesses in Liverpool

Construction has started on the Mersey Heat Network Energy Centre at Peel Water’s Liverpool Waters at Princes Dock. Peel NRE, in collaboration with Ener-Vate, is leading the project, set to become a vital component of Liverpool’s low carbon energy infrastructure. The first phase of the Energy Centre aims to provide low carbon heat and hot […]

National Gas mulls paying households to reduce heating

National Gas is reportedly considering offering payments to households in exchange for reducing heating usage to mitigate potential gas shortages

‘Simple tweaks can cut energy bills by £160’

Consumers are encouraged to adopt minor changes in their energy consumption habits to save as much as £160 on their energy bills

Heating the call: Government urged to expand CfD

Ministers have been urged to expand the Contracts for Difference scheme to encompass heating decarbonisation projects

Paws and pipes: Dogs hunt down leaks in heat networks

Vattenfall is investigating the use of sniffer dogs to unearth water leaks in their underground district heating pipes

Cost concerns top list of barriers to heat pump adoption

Almost two-thirds of Britons express interest in adopting heat pumps as a means to reduce their long-term energy bills, according to a new survey

Heat pump showdown: France surges ahead, leaving UK in the cold

France outshines the UK in heat pump installations, with more than 620,000 units sold last year compared to 55,000 in the UK, according to a new report

Homeowners call for independent vote after hydrogen village trial cancellation

Residents in Redcar, Yorkshire, have written a letter to the government expressing concerns over the lack of local support on the proposed hydrogen heating trials in their town

Greater Manchester leads UK in heat pump demand

Demand for heat pumps in Greater Manchester has skyrocketed, with enquiries reaching five times the national average, according to a report