Eni reaches milestone of offsetting 1.5m tonnes of CO2

The energy company offset emissions by supporting a forest conservation project in Africa

Centrica supports government bringing forward petrol and diesel ban to 2030 to encourage EV uptake

Amanda Stretton, Centrica Sustainable Transport Editor, said: ‘EVs remain more expensive than petrol and diesel equivalents, so we are pleased to see further initiatives from the government in order to make the transition more affordable for all’

Let’s ensure ‘best use’ of biomass accelerates our net zero heat ambitions

Richard Burrell, CEO of AMP Clean Energy, outlines his vision for how biomass can help both support the green recovery and deliver heat decarbonisation

Rolls-Royce to test 100% sustainable aviation fuel

The tests aim to confirm unblended sustainable aviation fuel makes a significant contribution to improving the environmental performance of gas turbine engines

UK water industry unveils plan to cut emissions by 10m tonnes

Water UK’s Routemap sets out the industry’s vision for how companies will play their part in tackling climate change and deliver a net zero water supply for customers by 2030

TD Bank Group commits to net zero emissions by 2050

The bank’s climate plan rules out project-specific funding for oil and gas development in the Arctic Circle

British restoration firm unveils ‘world’s first’ electric classic Rolls Royce

James Warren, Director of Communications at Lunaz spoke to FNZ about the technology that converts vintage models into zero-emission vehicles

EIT InnoEnergy launches scheme to stimulate annual €100bn green hydrogen economy by 2025

The European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center aims to create a pipeline of large scale green hydrogen projects

Building cities with wood ‘could store half of European cement industry’s CO2 emissions’

If 80% of new residential buildings in Europe were made of wood, the buildings would store 55 million tonnes of carbon dioxide every year, according to a new report

Heating electrification could ‘cut commercial buildings’ emissions by 44%’

Almost 27% of commercial floor space heated with fossil fuel systems can be electrified today, according to a new report