Gravity batteries, confusion over clean heat and rows over labor spending: BusinessGreen’s most-read stories of the week

‘Flip-flopping’: The government has criticized reports that the market mechanism for clean heat could be scrapped

Claire Coutinho is reportedly preparing to ‘give in’ to lobbying from boiler manufacturers who she recently accused of ‘price gouging, plain and simple’.

– by James Murray (@james_bg)

Record fall in EU energy sector emissions caused by ‘unprecedented collapse’ of coal and gas

New Ember’s analysis confirms that wind generation reached a record high last year, while energy sector emissions in Britain and the EU fell to record lows.

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

Plans have been unveiled to convert Europe’s deepest zinc and copper mine into a 2MW gravity power plant

Underground energy storage innovator Gravitricity Inks wants to convert a disused mine shaft in central Finland into an underground energy storage facility.

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

Sales of electric vehicles in Britain pass the one million mark

New SMMT figures for January confirm a 21 percent increase in electric vehicle sales year-on-year.

– by Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating)

‘Octopoints’ win prizes: Octopus offers Greggs, Odeon and National Trust customers rewards for reducing energy consumption

Octopus customers are offered additional rewards if they reduce energy consumption during peak ‘Savings’ sessions.

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

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