Heat networks ‘could cut cost of UK going green by £3bn’

The Energy Technologies Institute says heat networks could supply nearly half of heat demand

Minesto’s sea kite flies high after completing test programme

Marine energy developer has successfully demonstrated its first utility-scale system

Cleaning up heating ‘isn’t being ignored’

That’s the verdict from Maria Spyrou, Energy Efficiency Manager at Balfour Beatty and Jo Burton, Energy Analyst at the University of Reading

Smart new partnership for UK home EV charging

Drivers will be able to schedule their charging times, helping them benefit from cheaper electricity costs

RWE freezes 2.5GW UK gas and energy storage project

The German utility said the decision was made ‘based on current market conditions and project costs’

New voluntary code of conduct for demand side response

Flex Assure sets common standards for businesses that co-ordinate or aggregate demand response from individual customers

The Muswell Hill Moment: Ban on plastic straws & cotton buds

Watch the video to find out what the public think

Scottish Government announces review of air quality strategy

Recommendations will be made for future air quality policy and actions needed to meet targets to tackle pollution

MPs condemn ‘raid’ on environment staff to work on Brexit

Environment Secretary Michael Gove said around 400 staff have been transferred from public agencies

Public opposition to fracking in the UK has fallen

That’s according to the latest BEIS Public Attitude Tracker, which is now on its 26th wave