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

UK has walked off to the pub on net zero, says former BBC chief

Lord Birt has said the recent Net Zero Review demonstrates a “true scandal”

Rishi Sunak urged to ‘end oil and gas giveaway’

The Prime Minister accused of giving tax breaks to oil and gas companies

Liz Truss: “I am a fighter, not a quitter”

The Prime Minister faced questions for the first time since backtracking on mini-budget

Third of UK emissions cuts need to come from behaviour change, Lords tell

The government has been criticised for being reluctant to help people change polluting behaviours

Could the Thames water down Parliament’s energy bills?

New scheme could use river as a source of hydropower for Palace of Westminster

MPs say Avro Energy bosses’ negligence led to the company’s collapse

The cost of the company’s collapse, which will be borne by billpayers, is estimated at £700 million

Next PM must take net zero ‘by the scruff of the neck’, say Lords

The Committee is calling for a detailed plan on how the new leader plans to tackle net zero

House of Lords Committee launches inquiry into Ofwat’s powers

It is inviting written evidence from interested individuals and organisations by 24th June 2022

Boris – cost of living rise can’t be avoided

The Prime Minister has said “no government can realistically shield everyone from the cost of living impact”