ScottishPower pledges to make Glasgow UK’s first ‘net zero’ city
ScottishPower, along with Glasgow City Council, is aiming to transform Glasgow into the UK's first 'net zero' city.
EUA: Green gas infrastructure can help government tackle climate change
The head of the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) says that green gas compatible boilers and pipes can play a part in helping the government tackle climate change.
Research highlights low carbon innovations
Vulnerable households could benefit or suffer further injustice from the switch to low carbon technology, according to new research by the University of Sussex and the Energy Systems Catapult.
Gas grid decarbonisation needed, report argues
A report issued by think tank Bright Blue argues that new government incentives and investment are needed to end the UK's dependency on natural gas.
BEIS pipes £25m into hydrogen demo for heating
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has revealed plans to pipe £25 million into a new programme exploring the use of hydrogen for heating.