The Covid-19 pandemic has been a wakeup call in many aspects, including the effects of pollution and poor air quality. It has forced us to think about what we are doing to the environment. A UK study into this has revealed that this pandemic has increased the awareness regarding fossil fuels and their impact on air quality.
In these times of financial crunch, as many as 13 million homes have a small reason to rejoice. As per a report released by Uswitch, 13 million homes are owed over £1.7 billion from their energy suppliers. This is an increase of 13.5% from the last year’s figure of £230 million the previous year.
The UK’s onshore solar and wind energy sectors are given a renewed hope with the government rethinking its support for renewable energy, which will help achieve the ambitious and legally-binding 2050 net-zero carbon emission goals.
The controversial waste-to-energy project, Kelvin Energy Recovery Facility, is anticipated to come to a financial close by the end of this year. Construction is set to follow in early 2021.
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and the impact that it has had on all sections of the society, Ofgem has shared an open letter. This letter highlights their efforts, best practices, and how we can all work to get through these troubled times
Thousands of UK households will be paid for using electricity in the daytime for the first time, as solar and wind projects generate more green energy amid the coronavirus lockdown.