ECIU: Poorly insulated homes set to pay £1,000 more on gas bills this winter

Poorly insulated homes could have a gas bill that is £968 higher than homes which have a better Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating this winter, according to a new analysis by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU). With the dual fuel price cap forecast to reach £3,958 this winter, the ECIU found that homes … Read more

Study: Fossil fuel gas responsible for 80 per cent of increase in electricity prices

Analysis from think tank Ember reveals skyrocketing prices are driven almost entirely by reliance on fossil fuel gas The skyrocketing price of fossil gas is responsible for 80 per cent of the increase in UK wholesale electricity prices experienced over the past year, a new analysis from energy think tank Ember has revealed. Compared with … Read more

IEA: Clean tech drives record-breaking energy investment

Surging investment in clean energy, energy efficiency, and electricity grids is set to push clean energy spending to a record high in 2022, according to the latest figures from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The IEA’s World Energy Investment 2022 Report, published yesterday, predicts that global energy investment is to increase by eight per cent … Read more