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Battery material prices plummet, driving down costs

Battery material prices plummet, driving down costs

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Battery material prices plummet, driving down costs

Battery material prices, including lithium, cobalt, nickel and graphite, have declined, leading to a 14% reduction in battery costs, according to a new report

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UK offshore wind investment to hit £15bn a year by 2030

UK offshore wind investment to hit £15bn a year by 2030

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UK offshore wind investment to hit £15bn a year by 2030

A new report projects that annual investment in the UK’s offshore wind sector will rise from £7.7 billion to £15 billion by 2030, potentially reaching £29 billion by 2035

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Sustainable tourism needs to be a collaborative effort, says EV expert

Sustainable tourism needs to be a collaborative effort, says EV expert

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Sustainable tourism needs to be a collaborative effort, says EV expert

In this week’s Net Hero Podcast, we spoke to Gavin Brooking, Managing Director of sightseeing bus company, Tootbus who told us that the tourism sector is increasingly focusing on sustainability

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UK businesses seek government support for net zero

UK businesses seek government support for net zero

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UK businesses seek government support for net zero

Nearly 96% of businesses are calling on the next government to prioritise providing increased government support, which includes financial incentives,a according to a new survey

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UK struggles behind Europe in smart meter race

UK struggles behind Europe in smart meter race

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UK struggles behind Europe in smart meter race

Nearly a third of UK households remain without electricity smart meters, causing manufacturers to flee the market, according to a new report

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UK car makers expected to fall short of electric sales target

UK car makers expected to fall short of electric sales target

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UK car makers expected to fall short of electric sales target

Car manufacturers are expected to fall short of the government’s electric vehicle sales target this year, with nearly 19.8% of new car sales projected to be pure battery electric, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders

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UK faces major infrastructure crisis, MPs warn

UK faces major infrastructure crisis, MPs warn

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UK faces major infrastructure crisis, MPs warn

The Public Accounts Committee warns that the UK lacks the skills and capacity to deliver major infrastructure projects over the next five years

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Energy Secretary prioritises food security in solar plans

Energy Secretary prioritises food security in solar plans

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Energy Secretary prioritises food security in solar plans

Energy Security Secretary Claire Coutinho has emphasised the need to protect prime agricultural land for food production while supporting solar energy on less fertile lands

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UK warns against solar farms on farmland

UK warns against solar farms on farmland

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UK warns against solar farms on farmland

The government is cautioning local authorities against approving solar farms on high-quality farmland unless deemed necessary, citing concerns over food security and energy needs

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How to cut emissions and meet sustainability standards

How to cut emissions and meet sustainability standards

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How to cut emissions and meet sustainability standards

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UK turns up the heat with £557m for greener public buildings

UK turns up the heat with £557m for greener public buildings

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UK turns up the heat with £557m for greener public buildings

Schools, hospitals and public buildings will receive £530 million for low carbon heating and energy savings, while high-energy-use businesses get £27.5 million to reduce bills and emissions

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Net Hero Podcast – Tootbus the green tourist treat!

Net Hero Podcast – Tootbus the green tourist treat!

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Net Hero Podcast – Tootbus the green tourist treat!

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