How social housing can reach net zero by using energy management to cut carbon

Ravi Kalyan, Energy Analytics Manager at SSE Enterprise, examines the social housing service charge conundrum and how achieving net zero is being impacted

Chevron to fund carbon capture tech startup in bid to lower emissions in its operations

The investment will support Blue Planet’s technology that captures carbon dioxide and uses it in the production of building materials

ENGIE and Total team up to develop ‘France’s largest’ green hydrogen project at biorefinery

The green hydrogen production is forecast to avoid 15,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions each year

Schneider Electric, Enel and World Economic Forum publish ‘Net Zero Carbon Cities: an Integrated approach’

Cities today account for nearly 70% of global carbon emissions and consume 78% of the planet’s energy

Southwark Council backs net zero target with pledge to plant 10,000 new trees by 2022

The £5 million initiative is predicted to increase the total number of the borough’s trees by 13%

Smart data
UK Power Networks named world leader in Smart Grids

Singapore-based SP Group, which produces the annual Smart Grid Index, placed UK Power Networks top of its study of 85 utilities across 37 countries

Impact of Covid-19 on the EV market

Carl Bayliss, vice president and mobility & home energy management at Centrica explores how the EV market has been affected by the pandemic.

BBC boss discusses plans to deliver net zero by 2030

Director-General Tim Davie announced the target in a speech to staff

‘The future Net Zero Standard is fast becoming the go-to accreditation for the SME sector’

That’s the suggestion from Siân Haynes, Key Account Manager at Jutton Associates Limited, who spoke to us about the vital role of the intuitive and simple-to-use tool

PepsiCo commits to net zero carbon emissions by 2040

The food and beverage giant has pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions across its entire value chain by more than 40% by 2030