A first in Belgium: INEOS Phenol and ENGIE use hydrogen in industrial plant in Antwerp

The pilot project aims to accelerate the gradual replacement of natural gas by hydrogen

Old EV batteries secure energy storage second life

The Australian Government has backed innovative battery technology with AUD$1.4 million

Cadent Foundation grants £3m for ‘green doctors’ to tackle fuel poverty

The grant will enable Groundwork to expand its programme, deploying trained energy efficiency advisors in at least 10 priority locations, providing energy cost saving advice to thousands of vulnerable households

Microsoft and Accenture collaborate to speed up UK’s net zero transition

They will help utilities and energy companies transform the energy system and lower the cost of decarbonising the demand and supply of electricity in the UK through cloud, data and AI

Centrica commits to net zero by 2045

The announcement follows the company making the largest electric vehicle order in the UK to date last week

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

‘Renewables boom is good news for climate action’

By Alistair Phillips-Davies, Chief Executive of SSE

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REA’s ‘green pathway’ could accelerate net zero and create thousands of jobs in the process

The report has set some key aims and targets to speed-up the net zero push in the coming decades, including more than 50% of electricity generation coming from renewables by the end of 2022

Energy infrastructure firm SMS targets carbon neutrality by 2030

It plans to increase the adoption of onsite renewable generation and battery storage to power its UK and Ireland estate while transitioning its nationwide fleet to electric vehicles

Investing in pumped storage ‘could save up to 690m a year on pathway to net zero’

A new report from SSE Renewables focuses on the benefits of new long-duration pumped hydro storage in Scotland