Electrify Heat responds to the UK Energy Security Strategy
What does the Energy Security Strategy mean for low carbon heating?
Supercharge electric heat pumps to help with the drive away from Russian gas
Ending the UK’s reliance on volatile international gas markets has never been a greater imperative.
Building trust in clean heat – what’s needed next?
Engagement and advice will be critical to populaising uptake of new heating systems.
Energy Crunch – Getting off Gas with Clean and Affordable Heat
With gas prices soaring globally – the role for clean electricty in heating looks set to increase.
Warming up the green homes finance market with the UK Infrastructure Bank
There are numerous examples of ‘shovel-ready’ clean heat projects the new UK Infrastcrure Bank could support across the country.
Building a UK Heat Pump market – Lessons from Abroad
Countries like Sweden, Switzerland, France and Germany have been developing their markets for low-carbon heat decades.
Action Needed on Training, Trust and Taxes – For UK Heat Pump Market
Ahead of the Boiler Upgrade Scheme launch in 2022 – Electrify Heat’s 3 Priorities
Essential Reading on Heat Pumps
Our collection of the latest reading and research into Heat Pump deployment The European consumer group BEUC has published a new report (25.11.2021) showing that heat pumps will be the cheapest green heating options for consumers across Europe Think tank, the Social Market Foundation has published a white paper arguing that there are not enough […]
Recent News and Commitments from Electrify Heat members
Electrify Heat’s members have been very busy in recent months. You can read some of the latest highlights here. Cornwall-based company, Kensa’s new factory can deliver more than 30,000 new ground source heat pumps a year. The Ground Source Heat Pump Association has launched an online training scheme to increase the understanding of heat pumps, […]
Electrifying home heating is a no-regrets option for Britain
By the 2030s, everyone should be benefiting from low carbon, highly efficient heating technology. Our new campaign of businesses, green finance, NGOs and consumer groups wants to make it happen faster. By Edward Robinson This article was originally published on BusinessGreen on 12 October 2021 The causes of the ongoing ‘energy crunch’ will be debated […]