Monday, January 25, 2021

Price cap predicted to rise by at least £66/year, research suggests

The default tariff price cap will increase by approximately £66 from April 2021 to £1,108 per year for a typical dual fuel direct debit...

Consultation examines developing hydrogen energy sector in Wales

A new consultation seeking views on a Welsh Government-commissioned ‘Hydrogen in Wales’-report, which sets out a proposed pathway and next steps for developing the...

Just 35 on street electric vehicle chargers per council to be installed by 2025,...

Councils are planning to install an average of only 35 on-street electric vehicle (EV) chargers between now and 2025, new research reveals. The research commissioned by Centrica under a Freedom...

New energy efficiency standards announced for homes and businesses

New energy efficiency standards for all homes and businesses have been announced today as the government responded to the consultation on the Future Homes...

Faster complaint response times in the pipeline for most water customers, watchdog says

Water customers can expect a faster response to their complaints in the future, Consumer Council for Water (CCW) has announced after ten water companies...

Ofwat launches £2m innovation challenge for water sector

Water regulator Ofwat has opened a £2 million Innovation in Water Challenge for entries to help tackle the biggest challenges facing the water industry,...

New joint ‘risk register’ for domestic demand side response launched

Citizens Advice, Energy UK and the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) have announced a risk register for domestic demand side response. Demand Side Response (DSR)...

UK water companies join forces as part of Race to Zero campaign

UK water companies have joined forces as part of the Race to Zero campaign, pledging to deliver a net zero water supply for customers...

Government consults on new supply chain plan questionnaire as part of applying for Contracts...

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is seeking views on proposals for a new Supply Chain Plan questionnaire which would be completed as...

First funding awarded through Scotland’s £7 million fuel poverty fund

A project which helps people struggling to heat their homes has become the first to receive a share of a £7 million Scottish Government...