No more public money should go into hydrogen for domestic heating because electrification is the only viable means of decarbonising heating and hot water in UK homes, writes Jenny Curtis, managing director of Vattenfall Heat UK.
In a report on the UK's net zero needs, the National Infrastructure Commission says there is "no public policy case" for hydrogen to be used to heat individual homes or other buildings.
Paul Steen has a clear vision for the decarbonising of Scotland’s cities. “District heating is the obvious choice: it requires no major technological leaps or innovations, just ambition, scale and collaboration,” he says.
Hydrogen will not have a major role in the future of heating homes across the UK, according to a new review of more than two dozen independent studies.
UK supplier SSE Energy Services has been forced to apologize after suggesting customers to save on heating this winter by eating ginger or having a hula-hoop contest.
A new £30 million fund for low-carbon heating infrastructure is now open for projects to make applications.
A last-ditch bid to cut the cost of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is the only opportunity available, the economy minister has said.
Scottish households could save £300 million this year by switching their energy supplier, according to campaigners.
Banchory-based biomass and district heating specialist Jigsaw Energy was runner-up at the 2011 Renewables Awards in Coventry.