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Reaching net zero ‘requires green skills shortage to be urgently tackled’

The Aldersgate Group says a deficit in skills is currently undermining the growth of low carbon supply chains across the UK economy

Microsoft joins Norwegian carbon storage project as technology partner

Northern Lights is a joint project between the Norwegian Government and energy companies Equinor, Shell and Total that seeks to standardise and scale CCS across Europe

Zero Carbon Humber: £75m bid submitted to advance UK’s first net zero industrial cluster

The project is expected to reduce the UK’s annual emissions by 15% and help save around £27.5bn in carbon taxes by 2040

ArcelorMittal sets out global commitment to being carbon-neutral by 2050

The steelmaking giant plans to achieve carbon-neutral steelmaking processes using hydrogen, circular carbon, carbon capture and utilisation and storage technologies

‘Retrofit army’: Half a million builders and plumbers needed to meet net zero goal

New research published by UK100 suggests around 455,076 jobs could be created or be in demand in the construction and property sectors alone

Global commitments to net zero double in less than a year

Cities and regions with a carbon footprint greater than the emissions of the US and companies with a combined revenue of more than $11.4tn are now pursuing net zero goals

Industry regulators ‘have clear responsibility’ to ensure the UK’s net zero goal can be delivered

That’s the suggestion offered in a new report from the CBI, which highlights the urgency of progress on economy-wide infrastructure delivery

Global Cement and Concrete Association targets carbon-neutral future by 2050

Member companies are developing a concrete roadmap that will set out detailed actions and milestones the industry will enact to achieve their goal

Alfen selected to install 30 EV chargers for VW’s port terminals

The firm will deliver the infrastructure at key import points in Sheerness, Grimsby and Tyne – this is where VW’s EVs are imported and charged