Download a PDF version of this article using the following link: Download PDF Central to the UK government’s plan to decarbonise heating, in line with the 2050 net zero target, is widespread adoption of clean, efficient heat pump systems, with the government aiming for 600,000 heat pumps to be installed each year from 2028. The […]
The Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) is the government’s flagship scheme to ensure clean heat is affordable for households across the UK. As we approach the end of the scheme’s first year, some critics are quick to try to throw the scheme under the bus. The Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) is the government’s flagship scheme to […]
Amongst the flurry of announcements and publications on Energy Security Day, heat pump deployment and the electrification of heat have emerged a big winner. Introduction Amongst the flurry of announcements and publications on Energy Security Day, heat pump deployment and the electrification of heat have emerged a big winner. Government has sent a strong signal […]
Download Report Following the invasion of Ukraine by Russia in February 2022, which led to a worsening of the international gas crisis that started in autumn 2021 – of which the UK and Europe now feel the full blown effect – Electrify Heat published a report highlighting learnings on how the UK can get ahead […]
From the electric vehicle revolution to electrifying the UK’s heating – how the new Secretary of State can accelerate ahead in the global drive to get off gas
Written by Leo Vincent, Campaign Coordinator On behalf of Electrify Heat, we welcome and congratulate the Rt. Hon. Grant Shapps MP on his appointment as Secretary of State for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). In his role as Transport Secretary, Shapps oversaw impressive advances in the Electric Vehicles sector, positioning the UK as a […]
“The next Prime Minister can build on the positive steps already taken by the government to supercharge clean, efficient heating at scale” How we heat and cool our homes is an increasingly hot topic. With fossil fuel prices expected to remain high for years to come, now is the time for solutions to help British […]
Engagement and advice will be critical to populaising uptake of new heating systems.
With gas prices soaring globally – the role for clean electricty in heating looks set to increase.
There are numerous examples of ‘shovel-ready’ clean heat projects the new UK Infrastcrure Bank could support across the country.
Countries like Sweden, Switzerland, France and Germany have been developing their markets for low-carbon heat decades.