Energy Saving Trust’s response to the UK Government’s Summer Statement
We welcome the Chancellor's confirmation that landlords will be able to apply for the new Green Home Grant scheme as well as…
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…
A promising start for a green recovery
We welcome this morning’s announcement for a £3 billion green stimulus investment with a focus on improving energy efficiency and heating.
How technological innovation can extend the benefits of cooling around the world
World Refrigeration Day shines a light on the globally important role of refrigeration, falling on 26 June each year.
Our response to the Committee on Climate Change 2020 progress report
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) have published their annual progress report. This latest report is significant for a number of reasons.
Rising to the energy challenge
This new initiative aims to inform, inspire and empower secondary school students to reduce their energy use and help the UK reach…
Researching the importance of energy advice at Energy Saving Trust
George Warren reports on his time at Energy Saving Trust, spent aiming to transition towards a low-carbon, decentralised energy system.
eCargo Bike Grant Fund awarded to local authorities and businesses
18 local authorities secured funding from the £2 million eCargo Bike Grant Fund. This fund is available to support the purchase of…
A third of fleet managers set to electrify UK fleets
New survey reveals third of fleet managers will electrify at least half their UK fleet by 2025.
Government grants are making it easier than ever to go green
Despite reductions in recent years, transport is the largest contributor of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e) in the UK.