Energy Networks Association chief executive David Smith sets out the sector's efforts to build a net zero grid 'as quickly as possible'
A new report argues replacing the gas grid with hydrogen is unrealistic for many buildings in the short term, but net zero heating has few easy solutions
Progressive Energy says pilot project will provide evidence base to support switch from fossil fuel to hydrogen, as industry advances plans for UK's first hydrogen fuelled town
Boiler manufacturers and Energy Networks Association call for sale of greener alternatives to fossil fuel boilers to be mandatory within five years
Regulator confirms RIIO-2 price controls for next five years which earmark £40bn for green grid projects, but energy firms fear limits on returns could make it harder to attract much needed investment in the net zero transition
Green gases such as hydrogen and biomethane offer huge opportunities for the UK, argues Chris Train, the Energy Networks Association’s Green Gas Champion
Government consults on plan announced in Budget to raise levy on gas suppliers in England, Scotland and Wales to fund biomethane plants