Who pays? Future heat and the elephant in the room
We have just 15 years to build a supply chain capable of installing 1.6 million low carbon alternatives to gas boilers each…
Getting to net zero: product policy
The products we all consume and how they are manufactured and disposed of play a significant role in either the protection or…
UK Government responds to consultation on product design and energy labelling
The UK Government has today published its response to the 2020 consultation on product design and energy labelling.
Mind the gap? The curious case of the ‘Future support for low carbon heat consultation’ and the missing millions
This is the first in a series of two articles on the UK Government’s planned support for low carbon heating in homes…
Energy Saving Trust welcomes Welsh Government’s commitment to net zero
The Welsh Government has committed to net zero emissions by 2050, while setting ambitions to reach the target sooner.
We must seize the opportunity for improved home energy efficiency
We must use 2021 to put in place a fair and affordable programme to upgrade our housing stock.
How the new US President plans to tackle the climate emergency
We take a closer look at the new US President's plan to tackle climate change.
New energy white paper sets out ‘fair and affordable’ transition to net zero
The UK Government has released a new energy white paper, which sets out how the UK will clean up its energy system…
Climate Change Committee’s Sixth Carbon Budget details path to decarbonisation
The Climate Change Committee's (CCC) Sixth Carbon Budget sets out a detailed path to achieve decarbonisation in the UK over the next…
Coordinated and collaborative action is needed on housing to meet net zero
The extension to the Green Homes Grant scheme is a vital part of the government's recent ten-point green plan - improving the…