Leeds lights up

Leeds City Council has announced the successful completion of its LED lighting scheme, aimed at enhancing energy efficiency in street lighting citywide, resulting in substantial cost savings and carbon reductions

New scheme offers free home energy upgrades

Leeds has introduced free or discounted energy saving upgrades for homeowners, renters and landlords

First high-temperature air source heat pumps installed in Leeds council homes

Cenergist has installed high-temperature air source heat pumps in Leeds City Council-owned residential tower blocks, aiming to save residents 52% on utility bills

UK investment promises lower bills for heat network customers

The government has today announced a new investment of £13.9 million in 55 heat network projects

Leeds’ 60MW battery energy storage project gets green light

The 60MW Battery Energy Storage System is set to be located on a brownfield site adjacent to a substation on Redcote Lane in Leeds

Residents living in ‘back-to-back’ council homes to secure ‘green’ measures

More than a thousand residents are set to benefit from energy efficiency upgrades

British Gas dispute ends with pay deal

Workers accepted an improved pay rise after 43 days of strike action

Leeds to purchase gas for years in advance to combat rising energy costs

Leeds City Council has updated its strategy to safeguard its finances against the skyrocketing energy prices

National Grid consults on green-boost of Yorkshire electricity network

The company aims to create a new link and reinforce the existing network

CO2, an outpatient for Leeds iconic hospital

The St. James’s hospital will receive low carbon heat created by a facility recovering energy from the waste of around 6,000 homes