low carbon heating
Hydrogen’s role in the future UK energy system
The Energy Research Partnership (ERP) recently brought together a range of stakeholders from across the energy sector to review the role of hydrogen to help decarbonise the UK energy sector. Their findings will be reported in July and the group has concluded that hydrogen, working together with the low carbon advances made in the electricity sector, has a potential role to play in meeting the needs of a future low or zero-carbon energy system in the UK.
Gas heating in new homes will be banned from 2025
Gas heating systems will be banned in new homes from 2025 under new regulations unveiled by Chancellor Philip Hammond.
First trial selling ‘heat as a service’ instead of KWh
Bristol Energy has become the first energy supplier in the UK to trial selling 'heat as a service', rather than kilowatt hours (kWh).
ETI calls for rethink over heat
The Energy Technology Institute (ETI) says consumers could be ready to move to low-carbon heat, but only if industry rethinks the consumer proposition.
Discarding gas grid would be ‘insanity’
Discarding the gas grid would be an act of "insanity", the policy director of the Energy Networks Association Tony Glover has told a meeting at the House of Commons.