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

Claire Perry urges heat network operators to join voluntary trust scheme

The Heat Trust is an independent organisation seeking to drive up standards of performance of heat networks and improve the customer experience

UK Government seeks hydrogen heat contractor

The UK Government is seeking a contractor to explore the potential of hydrogen for heating. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) hopes to appoint an organisation to manage the delivery of a £25 million project, which intends to demonstrate and de-risk the use of the clean gas in keeping UK homes and businesses warm. The […]

‘Policy must support low carbon heat and energy efficiency’

Simultaneously supporting low carbon heat and energy efficiency should be a key objective of energy policy. That’s according to a new report from the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA), which says addressing one of these areas without the other is a flawed approach and will not benefit homeowners, investors and government in the long term. The […]

Green light to £5m clean heat network in Bristol

The Mayor of Bristol has approved a funding worth £5 million to build a low carbon heating network across the city. The new infrastructure is part of the Council’s plans to be carbon neutral by 2050. The project will suplly clean heat to buildings across the region through a network of underground pipes connected to […]