Cranfield University builds hydrogen plant to test carbon capture technology

The project will test a novel technology that could support large volumes of green hydrogen production at a lower cost

Balfour Beatty teams up with academics to develop carbon calculator

The AutoBIM Carbon Calculator automatically links building information modelling data to embodied carbon data from the Inventory of Carbon and Energy database, an online source which provides energy and carbon information for construction materials

ENGIE and Equitix secure deal with the University of Birmingham

The company will help transform Pritchatts Park student accommodation village into a state-of-the-art low carbon campus

Schools save over £500,000 through Co-op Power

Schools working with Co-op Power are saving an average of £50,000 and are using the much-needed money to re-invest back into education at a time of great need

SSE teams up with Goldsmiths, University of London to slash carbon emissions

It will work to design and deliver a low carbon campus infrastructure in pursuit of the university’s ambitious net zero targets

Trinity College Cambridge commits to net zero by 2050

The college will fully divest in companies that use fossil fuels and has set five science-based targets

University cuts more than 4,200 tonnes of CO2 with solar-powered ‘water battery’

In the first year of operation, the system generated around three million kWh of solar electricity for the university’s campus

Coventry University academics launch book to address rural electrification challenges

The work explores future energy technologies, the role of renewable energy systems and the threat of climate change

ENGIE to progress renewable energy park for Keele University

Leading energy and services company, ENGIE, has agreed a 25 year deal with Keele University, to fund, design, build and operate a multi-technology renewable energy park

More than a quarter of UK universities ‘still not on a renewable tariff’

The study suggests this is despite 91% of students being “fairly or very concerned” about climate change