Australia commits to net zero by 2050 – but won’t cut fossil fuels

The country’s pledge has been welcomed but come under fire for its lack of ambition ahead of COP26

MPs urge government to tackle green skills gap

The government has been criticised over an “inconsistent” policy on green jobs and a knowledge gap in necessary skills

China sets out old emissions pledges but nothing new in light of COP26

This follows reports that Xi Jinping will not be attending the summit – a blow to global climate negotiations

Saudi Arabia commits to net zero by 2060

The Gulf state will invest $180 billion to achieve the aim but will continue to produce oil for years to come

Taiwan has the most women working in offshore wind – but the figure is still very low

A new report looked into the representation of women within the renewable sector and found Taiwan to be leading the pack

UK to give Bangladeshi rooftop solar company £300k boost

The company were finalists of Prince William’s Earthshot Prize and will receive the money from the FCDO

UK’s pipeline of onshore wind projects reaches 33GW

If all these projects are realised, the UK could have more than double the current operational capacity by 2030

UK looks to bolster renewable energy infrastructure in Taiwan

In the latest trade talks between the nations, a greener future for the Asian country was at the forefront of the conversation

‘Collaboration helps organisations execute a better outcome in their net zero strategy’

Managing Director of Energise, Simon Alsbury, spoke with futureNetZero.com on the need for organisations to collaborate on the path to net zero

ENA looks to collaborate more towards flexibility

It is aiming to deliver key actions from the government’s ‘Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan’, involving stakeholders more in the shaping process