Total and Microsoft Partner to drive digital innovation and net zero goals

The firms will collaborate as strategic partners to further digital transformation and support progress toward net-zero emissions

future Net Zero Standard with Carbon Expert joins UN’s Race to Zero

Race to Zero aims to mobilise groups and organisations outside of national governments to send a signal that businesses, cities and investors are united in meeting the Paris Agreement’s goals

Microsoft and Accenture collaborate to speed up UK’s net zero transition

They will help utilities and energy companies transform the energy system and lower the cost of decarbonising the demand and supply of electricity in the UK through cloud, data and AI

Ford to increase electric vehicle spending to $22bn by 2025

President and CEO Jim Farley said the company is ‘all in and will not cede ground to anyone’ in developing and delivering connected EVs and services

Oxfordshire’s preparations for a net zero future supported with innovative new technology

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has now installed over 80 low-voltage monitors throughout Oxfordshire

Around 60% of local authorities find it difficult to access data needed to tackle net zero

Many local authorities lack access to data and the ability to put it to use in their net zero journey

‘Energy sector’s financial models must change to avoid perverse incentives on road to net zero’

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero about how the sector can encourage a faster shift to net zero behaviours

Ofgem and Innovate UK announce £750k for data-based approaches to net zero energy systems

Projects can cover areas such as machine learning techniques, simulation environments and edge computing

Can AI unlock forest secrets in the battle against climate change?

Smart sensors in forests could help give us a picture of their health and ability to capture carbon, says foldAI

Making Lemonade – opportunities the better normal presents for the Energy sector

In the world of the “better normal”, resilience, adaptability and data have been thrown into the spotlight, highlighting how important they are to businesses