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    • Energy White Paper Summary & Key Points

      The long-awaited and long-overdue Energy White Paper was finally released yesterday afternoon. The 170-page document builds on the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan, outlining the measures which will be implemented in order to reach our 2050 net zero target. Whilst decarbonisation measures that were outlined in the 10-point plan are revisited in further detail, the […]

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    • Jobs in jeopardy as GHG scheme scrapping rumours surface

      Rumours have surfaced today that the Green Home Grant Voucher Scheme (GHGVS) will be scrapped in Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s budget announcement, coming next week. Scrapping the scheme, as highlighted by nearly 20 organisations representing or working within energy efficiency and […]

    • No tick-box-training from National Gas Centre for Excellence

      The National Gas Centre for Excellence (NGCFE) has opened the doors of its 6,000 sq. ft state-of-the-art centre in Featherstone, West Yorkshire to tackle the national shortage in qualified heating engineers with high-quality training focused on the needs of the […]

    • myenergi reward scheme and direct leads for installers

      myenergi, the award-winning manufacturer of renewable energy products for eco-smart home management, has launched an online platform to seamlessly connect customers of its zappi EV charge point with certified installers across the UK.  Developed in partnership with EV Comply, the […]

    • HNIP funding Kent’s transition to net zero

      Over £165 million of Heat Networks Investment Project (HNIP) funding has been awarded since the scheme opened for applications in 2019. The most recent recipient is Kent County Council who has secured £2,478,000 to support the development of a low […]

    • Private rented home energy improvements at odds with climate targets say HPA

      The Government recently consulted on its proposals to improve the energy performance of privately rented homes as part of its plans to reduce carbon emissions from buildings. However, while proposals put forward will go some way to tackling the improvements […]

    • Northern Gas Networks, BEIS and Cadent to build hydrogen houses

      The UK’s first houses to demonstrate the use of hydrogen-fuelled appliances in a real-world setting are to be built by Northern Gas Networks (NGN), the company has announced. The innovative semi-detached properties, which NGN will build in partnership with the […]

    • Replace your windows with wood

      Glass might be great for looking through but, unfortunately, it’s a very poor insulator. In a typical house, windows account for roughly 10% of the total heat lost and two thirds of this is radiation through the glazing itself. In recent years, materials scientists have […]

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