Elexon to oversee support scheme for energy intensive industries

Elexon will administer a support scheme aiding 340 energy intensive industries in Britain, compensating for network charge costs, as part of the British Industry Supercharger initiative

Cardiff’s ‘green’ homes set to slash energy bills

Cardiff Council’s new house development, equipped with smart technology, promises lower energy bills and carbon emissions for over-55s residents

UKPN named Britain’s most admired company in energy distribution and supply sector

UK Power Networks has won the Most Admired Company award in the Energy Distribution & Supply sector, beating out competitors in 13 criteria

Low carbon tech could slash £2,000 off annual household energy bills

New research has estimated that the installation of solar panels could bring an annual saving of £586 a year

Government invests £31m to slash industry emissions

This funding will be split into low carbon technologies including hydrogen and carbon capture

Italy’s energy demand slumped to record lows in 2020

The country’s fall in energy demand is the highest since the Second World War, a new study finds

New Centre for Carbon Measurement opens

A new UK centre for research into carbon emissions and climate modelling opens today. The Centre for Carbon Measurement will be based at The National Physical Laboratory in London. The Centre will work on producing reliable climate data to help UK policy makers in areas such as meeting emissions reduction targets through clean energy generation, […]

Yeo says UK is in Battle of Britain for energy

Conservative MP Tim Yeo has warned that slashing spending on low carbon technology would be like “cutting the budget for Spitfires in 1939”. Mr Yeo is the chairman of parliament’s cross-party energy and climate change committee and was also an environment minister under John Major. Mr Yeo said this week that the budget of the […]