Canadian miner pledges to develop zero carbon nickel, cobalt and iron

Canada Nickel hopes cleaner metal production will help meet rising demand for EV batteries

Landsec unveils plans for net zero carbon building in ‘UK first’

It supports the property developer’s goal to become a net zero carbon business by 2030

Gaia says no! Episode 6 – Special:Jonathon Porritt

In this special edition of our hit podcast series, Sir Jonathon Porritt joins me for a one to one conversation, looking at our options over the next decade

Portugal’s coal-free date brought forward to 2021 with new plant closures

The move comes after the decision of the energy company EDP to close its Sines coal plant, bringing the country’s goal two years earlier than expected

More than two-thirds of corporate leaders are ‘more conscious of environment since lockdown’

Despite this, many senior stakeholders admit the need to stabilise economically has prevented them from ‘making bigger leaps in the sustainability agenda’

Podcast: Energy Institute President Steve Holliday on the state of the sector

The former CEO of National Grid spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow following the release of the Energy Institute’s latest Energy Barometer report – listen to find out more…

Ofgem proposes £25bn plan to save consumers money and work towards net zero

The proposals aim to enable the delivery of emissions-free green energy, meet 2050 targets, maintain high levels of grid reliability and generate green growth and employment

Tesla Megapack batteries commissioned at new energy storage site in Dorset

Renewable energy solutions provider Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) and clean power developer Harmony Energy have commissioned their first utility-scale energy storage project at Holes Bay

Equinor to build ‘world-leading’ hydrogen and carbon capture plant in the UK

The facility will be located at Saltend Chemicals Park near the city of Hull and is estimated to avoid around 900,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide

Boris Johnson: ‘The UK should produce the world’s first zero-emission long-haul passenger plane – jet zero’

The Prime Minister has announced a new raft of infrastructure spending and said the UK would prove a leader in not only net zero planes but other long-term solutions to climate change such as solar, wind, nuclear, hydrogen and carbon capture and storage