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As part of our Energy Landscape Series, Energy Systems Catapult has identified over 60 companies in its first scoping of the UK’s Hydrogen Landscape. We are calling on UK businesses to review the first scoping of this infographic to suggest any additional subsectors which can be incorporated and to identify where they should be classified in the landscape.
The Environmental Audit Committee launched an inquiry into the sustainability of the built environment. It will look at the best routes to net zero for our future building needs from low carbon materials through to policies to minimise the whole life carbon impact of new buildings.
The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee was one of six select committees of the House of Commons (joining Environmental Audit; Housing, Communities and Local Government; Science and Technology; Transport; and Treasury) to support Climate Assembly UK, a citizens’ assembly on combatting climate change and achieving the pathway to net zero carbon emissions.
This Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee inquiry examines if the Government’s proposals for establishing planning guidelines and building regulations to reduce the UK’s household emissions. It will examine if the current emphasis on heat pumps as a long-term solution to increase energy and ask if other options may prove more viable.
Homes and workplaces account for around 21% of Scotland’s total greenhouse gas emissions. Over the next 24 years building will be transformed so they are warmer, greener and more efficient. This draft Strategy, which updates both the Energy Efficient Scotland Route Map and the Heat Policy Statement, sets out how Scotland will achieve that ambition.
The Department for Transport (DfT) launched a consultation on amending the Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation (RTFO) to increase carbon savings on land, air and at sea. The DfT proposes altering the RTFO for greater carbon savings by revised renewable targets, recycled carbon and non-biological fuel amounts, plus its role in maritime.
This consultation looks to ensure standards, both in energy efficiency and in overheating, as determined by the Building Regulations, are ambitious enough to put us on the right track to meet the 2050 Net Zero carbon emissions target and to adapt to rising temperatures over the coming years.
This hydrogen pathway presents ten key objectives, which will help to generate momentum in the Welsh hydrogen sector and lay the foundations for scale-up and commercial deployment from the end of the 2020s. The objectives cover both hydrogen supply and end use, with a focus on short-term opportunities where the commercial case is more developed.
The Environmental Audit Committee is conducting an overarching inquiry looking at technological innovations which could contribute to tackling climate change. This session considers the role of community energy projects (schemes that are wholly owned and/or controlled by communities or through partnership with commercial or public sector partners).
Energy Systems Catapult responded to this BEIS consultation on a range of proposals that could improve the energy performance of mortgaged properties, and deliver substantial emissions reductions.
Energy Systems Catapult broadly supports the proposals to raise energy efficiency standards in privately rented homes as a way to prepare them for future low-carbon heat, help address fuel poverty and reduce energy bills. However. we would urge Government to consider some important factors in assessing its proposed policy scenarios.
This is a rapid call for interviewees. We’re working with ClimateXChange to summarise evidence around the potential of heat as a service (HaaS) to help the Scottish Government accelerate uptake of low carbon heat.