Providing clarity on energy storage

17 May 2017

Storage is becoming a hot topic in green energy – but it may be hard to know where to start in this…

EPCs: how to capitalise on open source home energy data

11 May 2017

More data on the UK’s homes has been made freely available than ever before, after the DCLG released all its energy performance…

Green and corporate giants agree: a clean energy transition is needed now

28 April 2017

Only a few years ago, it would have seemed absurd to suggest that Al Gore and Royal Dutch Shell might come out…

Time to test Government’s energy efficiency commitment

23 March 2017

The publication of the Emissions Reduction Plan is a pivotal moment for home energy efficiency in the UK.

Five green innovations we are excited about

7 February 2017

A new study has suggested that green innovations need to be developed and spread ten times quicker if we’re to hit the…

Electric vehicles: green tech titans set out their stall for 2017

12 January 2017

New Year always brings plenty of prognoses for the future – and it's perhaps an even bigger clamour in the technology industries. 

How do you renovate your flat and keep neighbours on side?

1 August 2016

Although Simon has had a good experience, there are generally more obstacles to improving flats than houses because of the multiple parties…

Scotland: interest-free loans up to £15,000 to help make homes warmer

25 July 2016

Cold draughts and contradictions were at the heart of the findings of new Energy Saving Trust research on attitudes to home improvements.

To testing times: 15 years of Energy Saving Trust product trials

22 July 2016

Energy Saving Trust is celebrating 15 years of technology testing and field trials. Find out about previous and current projects the team…

Five more eye catching, green and innovative products

16 May 2016

Here are five more green inventions from the world of energy and sustainability that may (or may not) be hitting the mainstream…