Working to address the climate emergency in 2021 and beyond
Our chief executive Mike Thornton looks back at a turbulent year, and offers his views of the challenge ahead in 2021.
Energy Saving Trust transport programmes in Scotland recognised as ‘world-class’
Three transport programmes delivered in Scotland have been recognised as 'world-class' by the Net Promoter Score (NPS) index.
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…
eCargo Bike Research Project announces successful applicants
Energy Saving Trust today announces that 11 organisations have been successful in being chosen to participate in the eCargo Bike Research Project.
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…
Newport solar project wins community energy award
A rooftop solar project involving 27 buildings across Newport, south Wales has been awarded The Alan Clark award for local/community energy at…
Energy Saving Trust’s response to UK Government’s new climate target
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new target to reduce the UK’s emissions by at least 68% by 2030, compared to…
Don’t let Dorset residents suffer this winter
There are an estimated 19,000 people living in Dorset who cannot afford to keep their homes warm during the coldest winter months.
New report: Scottish Government receives ‘good, but could still do better’ rating to climate emergency response
A group of civic and business leaders have today issued their interim report on the Scottish Government’s progress against their proposals for…