‘Policy must change or 29m homes will not decarbonise’

A coalition of groups have written an open letter to the Prime Minister, calling for government to make it easier for consumers to decarbonise their homes

What do insects, circular design, green polymers and arid land have in common?

Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment has published a new report that tells all…

UK Government pours £9m into low carbon distilleries in Scotland

The funding will enable Scotch whisky producers from Orkney to Islay to cut carbon emissions by half a million tonnes every year – equivalent to the annual carbon dioxide emissions of Stirling

Dixons Carphone pledges to cut emissions across global supply chain

The technology retailer has also pledged to deliver net zero by 2040

Amazon reveals first custom electric delivery vehicle with Rivian

The online retail giant’s fleet upgrade is part of an order for 100,000 electric delivery vehicles

How CCS and hydrogen can spark a clean industrial revolution

Written by Stephen Wheeler, Managing Director of SSE Thermal

NHS Trust ‘to cut annual emissions by 7,712 tonnes across three key hospitals’

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust, which serves a population of around 736,700 people, has signed a deal with Veolia to implement a series of green upgrades across its estate

Mixed technology approach to decarbonising off-grid homes ‘could save £7bn’

Liquid Gas UK notes this offers the equivalent of more than £4,700 of savings for homeowners

Ofgem: UK’s progress in cutting emissions has slowed

The regulator’s latest report suggests 2018 saw the smallest reduction in reducing emissions, down from a 3% fall the previous year, since 2012

Edinburgh Uni granted £1.12m for hydrogen storage research

The HyStorPor study aims to increase the understanding of the hydrogen storage system, from the physical and chemical processes to social acceptability