The Week in Energy 07/11/2018

Green Great Britain: Climate Policy and Energy Transition

Thank you for the invitation to speak with you this morning on a subject that has been right at the centre of the UK-Norway relationship for many years.

Academics to develop building materials that generate power in £36m government-funded project

Three Loughborough University academics have received research funding as part of a £36m project that looks to accelerate market adoption of new solar-powered building design.

Rise of payday loans to pay utility bills

It has been found that the number of people struggling to pay household bills is rising. Regrettably, there are a number of people in this category who are turning to expensive credit providers, such as payday lenders, to pay their bills has increased according to new figures.

Number of UK households in energy debt rises by 300,0000

The number of households already in debt to their energy supplier before winter begins has grown by more than 300,000 in the past year, according to research, with a total of nearly £400m owed to power companies.

Rising energy poverty sparks fears of a winter health crisis

Three has been a dramatic rise in the number of people being plunged into energy poverty, sparking fears of a looming winter health crisis among the elderly and most vulnerable.


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