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UKPN has partnered with the Energy Systems Catapult to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to help consumers living in energy poverty.
At the heart of the programme is smart meter data and collaboration with communities on renewable energy deployment.
Recommendations have been released on how to tackle energy poverty and ensure everyone in the world has access to clean and affordable electricity by 2030.
Now in its 12th year, the report provides a forward-looking assessment of the global energy agenda based on the views of more than 2,500 energy leaders from 108 countries.
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has awarded £1.3 million to address energy vulnerability and create sustainable energy systems in Latin America.
The Rockefeller Foundation aims to catalyse a ‘green recovery’ with support for sustainable energy in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
The Welsh government has announced the £9.5 million ($12.6 million) Optimised Retrofit Programme (ORP) to fund the fitting of energy efficiency measures in up to 1000 existing homes owned by registered social landlords and councils to help tackle fuel poverty and contribute to decarbonisation.
The UK government has announced details of its new £2 billion ($2.61 billion) Green Homes Grant scheme, whereby up to £10,000 will be provided for home energy efficiency upgrades and thermal solar for more than 600,000 British homes.
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