Armed forces get fuel poverty in their sights

A new service aims to protect current and previous members of the armed forces from fuel poverty. Forces for Warmth, an initiative launched by the National Energy Action (NEA) and The Royal British Legion (TRBL), is already helping vulnerable ex-service people across the East Midlands tackle their energy bills. A survey conducted by the charities […]

Coal mine mappers uncover WW1 trenches

A team of mappers looking for old coal mine entrances may have stumbled upon remains of practice trenches used by soldiers to prepare for battle in the First World War. The discovery was made after historians looked at photos and data captured from the air with laser technology by mapping company Bluesky. An expert at English Heritage […]

NATO opens energy security centre in Lithuania

Never mind weapons treaties or political manoeuvring – NATO has energy in its sights. The international alliance which includes 28 countries including the UK, USA, Germany and France has opened an energy security centre in Lithuania to research and advise members about ways to power military action. NATO says supply lines and critical infrastructure are […]