What are the benefits of community owned wind power?

15 June 2022

With more people taking an interest in community owned wind power, we take a look at the benefits of these projects and…

A quick guide to Scotland’s new low emission zones

13 June 2022

On 1 June 2022, Scotland’s four largest cities introduced low emission zones to address the higher levels of pollution in these urban…

Should you buy a used electric car?

8 June 2022

If you’re interested in going electric but have concerns about doing so in a second-hand car, let us put your mind at…

Five electric vehicle innovations to watch in 2022

7 June 2022

We’ve picked our top five electric vehicle innovations to keep an eye over the next few years, as we make the switch…

Nine alternatives to plastic that are better for the environment

1 June 2022

To mark the phase out of single-use plastic, we’ve rounded up our nine favourite alternatives to plastic that are better for the…

Five myths about heat pumps

27 May 2022

How do heat pumps work? Do they work in cold weather? Are they noisy? We answer these questions and more in this…

What is a windfall tax and what does it mean for energy bills?

26 May 2022

What is a windfall tax is and how is it going to help households cope with rising energy bills? Read our blog…

Local authority toolkit: guidance on reducing emissions from transport in England

24 May 2022

The local authority toolkit provides guidance on planning and delivering measures to reduce carbon emissions from transport in England.

How can we ensure the switch to electric vehicles is fair for everyone?

18 May 2022

Our research found that while disabled people shared the same concerns as all consumers around EVs, they had additional barriers to overcome.

Vivina: why I’m grateful for walking my children to school

16 May 2022

Taking part in Walk to School Week helps pupils build long-term healthy habits, which contribute to their physical and emotional wellbeing.