New action on domestic fuels, construction machinery, shipping, dust from tyre wear and industrial emissions has been promised today by the government in a bid to improve air quality across the nation.
The government must outline how it will secure the investment needed to meet the UK’s carbon budgets after policy changes cause a ‘dramatic and worrying collapse’ in investment, according to MPs
The government's green heat tariff has been described as not-fit-for-purpose by the Public Accounts Committee, while its mishandling of the 2017 low-carbon electricity tariff led to offshore wind developers claiming greater rewards
Cardiff City Council could source most of its heat from an energy-from-waste plant at a cost of £26.2m
Impacts on air quality should be a key factor in considering which path the UK should take towards decarbonisation, according to health researchers
Research to develop better technologies to deal with the problem of decarbonising heat in the UK has been published by government
A blueprint of how to distribute £320m through grants and loans to develop heat networks in England and Wales has been revealed by government
On 1 April existing buildings will need to comply with rules under the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Scheme. Michael Barlow explains what the regulations stipulate and what action needs to be taken
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