‘To make any real progress on tackling Scope 1 emissions, businesses need to start decarbonising heat’

Currently, heat makes up roughly 50% of all carbon emissions and consists of more than half of all energy usage for most businesses

Arup commits to building a net zero business by 2030

The commitment has been unveiled alongside an interim goal of reducing its scope 1, 2 and 3 greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2025

‘The world could reach net zero emissions goal with up to $2tn a year additional investments’

The energy transition is ‘easily affordable’ because of the reduction in the cost of renewable energy, according to a new report

Statkraft signs optimisation agreement with AMP Clean Energy for urban reserve portfolio

The 15-year agreement will see Statkraft optimise the plants totalling up to 175MW capacity for the portfolio into the day ahead

How can the UK fall back in love with electric heating?

By Zain Habib, Innovation Programme Delivery Manager at UK Power Networks

Deutsche Bahn to begin trials of eco-diesel-powered train journeys

The testing of the new sustainable fuel is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by as much as 90%

How to tackle the low carbon heat problem

Heat accounts for over a third of the UK’s carbon emissions and presents the most significant challenge to achieving our decarbonisation of the economy and society by 2050

Microsoft joins European coalition to champion action on net zero technology

The tech giant has joined the European Corporate Leaders Group which includes the likes of Coca Cola, Sky, Stora Enso, Unilever and other brands

UN Chief urges Japan to stop its reliance on fossil fuels

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres added he hopes the country commits to carbon-neutrality before 2050

In Focus: Heat

Businesses and homes alike need to be heated – but why is it one of the hardest sectors to decarbonise?