Energy Saving Trust and Ofgem launch phase two of the Energy Redress Scheme
Energy Saving Trust will continue to oversee the management and allocation of Energy Redress Scheme payments following a renewal of its contract…
Energy Saving Trust responds to UK Government’s Energy Security Strategy
The UK Government has published its Energy Security Strategy, which outlines a roadmap to secure Britain’s energy security.
Energy Saving Trust responds to 2022 Spring Statement
Today (23 March) Chancellor Rishi Sunak outlined the measures the UK Government will take in response to rising energy bills and the…
Energy Saving Trust joins call to supercharge electric heat pumps ahead of Energy Security Strategy
We have joined a coalition calling on the Prime Minister to use the imminent Energy Security Strategy to set out a plan…
Coalition calls for action on fuel poverty and investment in renewable energy
Energy Saving Trust joins coalition calling for more support for vulnerable households and to cut fossil fuels in upcoming Energy Independence Plan.
Business Energy Scotland service will support SMEs on path to net zero from April 2022
The Scottish Government’s energy efficiency support and advice service for Scotland’s SMEs will continue as Business Energy Scotland from 1 April.
IPCC sounds alarm on impacts of climate change in latest report
The IPCC has reiterated a stark warning on the impacts of accelerated climate change in its latest report.
Our response to the BEIS Committee report on decarbonising heat in homes
We particularly support the report’s views on the importance of properly funded action to insulate homes and roll out heat pumps.
Our response to Ofgem’s energy price cap rise for April 2022
Today’s news of a further increase to the price cap on energy bills, coming into effect in April, will be very concerning…
Welsh Government doubles emergency Winter Fuel Support Scheme payments
Welsh Government has announced that the value of the payments made available through emergency Winter Fuel Support Scheme will double to £200.