“Rising temperatures could be beneficial for UK”

Lord Frost has pointed out that at present, seven times more people die from cold than from heat in Britain

Ofwat grilled over Thames Water’s financial crisis

The chief of Ofwat has admitted that the regulator should have intervened earlier to prevent water companies, including Thames Water, from accumulating excessive debt

Drax power plant’s subsidies at risk over compliance

In response to concerns heard in the House of Lords, Lord Callanan has stressed the ongoing investigation by Ofgem to determine if the biomass is sustainable or not before any decisive action is taken

‘UK abandons proposed law to ban coal power generation’

Experts warn that the government’s shift in position allows for the possibility of using coal power plants again if needed to prevent blackouts

Net zero route “inevitably wasteful and damaging”, argues UK official

Lord Frost has questioned the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of renewable energy without viable storage options

Industry reacts to Energy Bill amendment to give Ofgem net zero mandate

Peers in the House of Lords passed an amendment to the Energy Security Bill empowering Ofgem with a net zero mandate

Water sector is ‘failing’ on pollution

That’s the claim of a committee report, stating both Ofwat and the government are failing in supporting the water industry

Force fitting heat pumps is against British character, says Energy Minister

Lord Callanan has opposed criticism heard last week about the “failing” Boiler Upgrade Scheme

“Government’s heat pump scheme had a really disappointing first year”

The Chair of the House of Lords Environment and Climate Change Committee spoke to ELN about the findings of an investigation into the Boiler Upgrade Scheme

UK fails in delivering heat pump scheme, warn Lords

The national target for green heating is “very unlikely to be met”, a Lords inquiry has found