How smart meters can lead to more efficiency…

A new study reveals that measuring heat loss from homes could be the answer to cutting emissions in buildings

Leeds greenlights £7.2m district heating extension

The scheme uses heat recovered from the waste of 10,700 homes

Low carbon heating – ‘government must do more’

A new report calls on the government to further prioritise the decarbonisation of heat in the UK

North London’s black bin bag waste-to-power project moves forward

The facility is predicted to transform black-bin-bag waste into electricity for up to 127,000 homes

Insulation most installed measure of the GHG voucher scheme

BEIS latest figures show insulation measures made up nearly 74% of the 31,900 improvements installed through the scheme

Insulation the big winner of Green Homes Grant

The most common measure installed was loft Insulation, followed by cavity wall according to BEIS

BEIS Committee launches inquiry into decarbonising heat in homes

It is inviting evidence submissions until 13th November 2020

Ofgem seeks views to help design digital services for low carbon heat schemes

It follows a consultation launched by BEIS earlier this year, which included proposals for two new schemes to incentivise the cost-effective installation of low carbon heat technologies and the generation of renewable heat

Scotland fast-tracks low carbon investment to support COVID-19 recovery

A minimum of £20m will be invested through the Social Housing Net Zero Heat Fund

Wales fired up for low carbon heat with £8m government funding

The UK Government is supporting the development of a heat network in Cardiff and a combined heat and power plant in Bridgend