Camera developed using quantum physics to scan EV batteries for faults

The device is set to improve the efficiency and safety of EV batteries, while also saving time and waste

Education technology firm Promethean achieves carbon-neutrality

The company achieved the goal through the purchase of carbon offsets, which included investing in a community wind farm project in Tamil Nadu, India

‘ARC energy efficiency software could help businesses slash power use by a fifth’

That was the suggestion from Chris Toze, Head of Energy Services at Utility Team, who spoke to future Net Zero about the company’s newly launched software solution

ENGIE lands £33m housing maintenance and repairs contract with Manchester City Council

ENGIE has a strong and established partnership with Manchester City Council, already delivering repairs and maintenance services to more than 400 council buildings across the city

Britishvolt and Siemens team up for ‘most efficient’ UK battery gigafactory

The plant’s first lithium-ion batteries is expected to be delivered by the end of 2023

‘Only 46% of SMEs in the UK are actively working to improve their energy efficiency’

That’s the suggestion from a new survey conducted by Yü Energy, which found less than a fifth of companies have achieved an EPC of B or higher

Retrofitting homes in northern England ‘could create 77,000 new green jobs’

IPPR North says the move to decarbonise existing housing stock would also generate 111,000 jobs across the UK’s supply chain by 2035

Brunel University London lands €875k to cut waste, water and energy use from industry

The EU funding makes up a share of more than €10m in total finance aimed at cutting waste, water and energy use from industry

Heat pumps are ‘key to London’s ambitions to go net zero’

The report states the majority of these solutions will need to be retrofitted into existing buildings, because more than 80% of buildings are expected to still be in use by 2050

Oxford City Council goes underground with efficient lighting upgrade

The LED lighting upgrade in a car park is expected to cut electricity spend by about £2,000 per year and carbon dioxide emissions by about four tonnes annually