Councils across Scotland are to share £4.4m to deliver innovative ways to tackle fuel poverty and reduce emissions.
Ruth Barnes outlines the common pitfalls local authorities and their development partners face when embarking on Combined Heat and Power (CHP) projects.
Councils and other organisations could do more to improve energy efficiency, according to analysis by a major technology company.
Liverpool City Council has launched a not-for-profit energy company to tackle fuel poverty.
Funding to develop clean and efficient heating systems has been awarded to 13 local authorities.
Three Scottish councils have agreed to work together to build a new Energy from Waste facility in Aberdeen.
Cambridge City Council has announced its intention to purchase all of its electricity from 100% renewable sources in a push to make the city ‘sustainable’.
The carcass of a whale washed up on a Devon beach will be used to create biofuel.
Portsmouth has launched a new comparison website and energy switching service which will help raise revenue for the city council.
A total of £320m will be invested across the country’s towns and cities to warm buildings with low carbon heat.