Alok Sharma: ‘COP26 must consign coal to history’

The COP26 President said the government is planning for an in-person summit but was keen to highlight the safety of delegates and the local community ‘will be paramount’

Royal Mail boosts low carbon fleet with 29 biogas trucks

The 40-tonne vehicles will be powered using Bio-Compressed Natural Gas, reducing carbon dioxide equivalents by around 84% compared to existing diesel models.

SSE Energy Solutions – for a better world of energy

We’re delighted to share news of our plan to rebrand to SSE Energy Solutions

Shutting down nuclear plants risks ‘greatest loss of clean power in history’

In a new letter to world leaders, a group of industry associations stresses without nuclear, progress on decarbonisation will ‘backslide’ and the carbon intensity of energy generation will begin to rise

ENGIE makes decarbonisation metric public

ENGIE has developed a robust methodology to objectively measure the decarbonisation of both the private and public sector – but how does it work?

Zero carbon electricity – what’s in it for my business?

When it comes to decarbonisation, opting for a zero-carbon, fully renewable electricity supply is a fairly simple step many businesses can take to reduce their carbon footprint

UK Power Networks works with Carbon Trust to set science-based targets

The company is on course to achieve Net Zero for all its directly-controllable carbon emissions by 2028

PGIM Real Estate commits to achieving net zero by 2050

It has pledged to halve its emissions by 2030, as well as set a roadmap to net zero and expand its ESG strategy

IEA: Renewable capacity up 45% in 2020

A new report shows renewable sources of electricity grew at the fastest rate in two decades last year

BMW to drive down emissions by more than 200m tonnes

To achieve its goal, the automaker has pledged to cut its vehicles’ carbon footprint across production, use and end-of-life recycling