Feed-in tariff cuts: which way now for the solar industry?
There is a huge potential for solar photovoltaic panels on UK homes, and it’s a technology that’s well liked by the public.
Our response to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on global warming
Individual UK citizens can do more to address climate change when there is a strong government programme.
Smart meters: improve installation to reap the full benefits
Energy firms are scrambling to install smart meters to meet the Government target of full installation by 2020.
Our response to the National Infrastructure Assessment 2018
The assessment contains recommendations for infrastructure in the UK relating to transport, energy, water and wastewater, flood resilience, digital connectivity and solid…
Increasing clean energy access worldwide
Energy Saving Trust has joined forces with CLASP to increase global access to energy and drive forward the Efficiency for Access Coalition.
Clean Growth Strategy: our response
While the strategy states that we will – by 2032 - be somewhat off track from achieving our national climate change target,…
The Renewable Heat Incentive is changing
On Wednesday 20 September 2017, there were some important changes to the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
Clean Growth Plan: every householder needs help to make their home warmer
It’s vital that the Clean Growth Plan announces a commitment to help all households to make energy efficiency improvements to their homes.
Leeds to lead a newer, greener ‘dash for gas’?
Northern Gas Networks (NGN) is looking to turn Leeds into a world-first ‘hydrogen city’ by 2030 at the latest.
Consumption down, renewables up – but can energy progress be sustained?
Despite some political uncertainties, there have been some distinctly positive recent points of note for the clean energy sector.