SABIC’s facility in Spain to become ‘world’s first’ chemical plant to operate on 100% renewables

Planned to be fully operational in 2024, the 100MW PV solar plant will help SABIC reach its 2025 clean energy targets

Waitrose and John Lewis unveil plan to switch to electric home deliveries

The use of the new vehicles is estimated to save more than 20,000 tonnes of CO2 every year, equivalent to the carbon footprint produced by 2,500 households

Tetra Pak aims to reach net zero emissions by 2030

The food packaging company will try to achieve its goal by extending its energy efficiency measures and increasing the use of renewables

BP’s Aral to build more than 100 ultra-fast charging points at filling stations in Germany

The first phase of the roll-out will see chargers installed and connected at about 30 sites

McDonald’s unveils net zero restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort

The building has an installation of 1,066 solar panels, plant-covered walls and stationary bikes for guests who can generate electricity for the restaurant through spinning

Global safety footwear brand becomes carbon-neutral in its Australian operations

The business has achieved this goal by offsetting its carbon emissions from its fleet, energy use, air travel, water consumption and freight

Helsinki Olympic Stadium launches new partnership to develop low carbon operations

The sports venue will collaborate with renewable materials company Stora Enso to reduce the carbon footprint of customer and food service packaging

Energy drink producer commits to launching the greenest aluminium can

HELL ENERGY has partnered with aluminium company Hydro to create a can made of 75% recycled post-consumer scrap

Apple commits to carbon-neutrality across entire business, supply chain and products by 2030

The company is already carbon neutral today across its global corporate operations but the firm plans to reach a point where its devices have ‘no carbon impact’

Coalition of nine businesses join forces to develop net zero roadmap for businesses

Microsoft, NIKE and Starbucks are some of the global brands that have joined an initiative to enable the business transformation needed to achieve net zero emissions no later than 2050