Timken targets 50% emissions reduction by 2030

The manufacturer of bearings and power transmission products is investing in plant efficiency projects and establishing plans to purchase more renewable energy

Scottish energy-intensive companies awarded £9.4m to help cut carbon

The recipients are predominantly involved in the manufacturing and food and drinks sectors, with the potential to reduce emissions by more than 40,000 tonnes of CO2 a year

Admiral Taverns pledges to serve £1m for energy efficient pubs

The community pub group has identified cellar management systems and fridge managers as two of the most effective measures to help preserve energy

New £9.2m competition launched to fund training for home decarbonisation

It is inviting organisations to submit proposals for delivering accredited skills training and support to installers within the retrofit, energy efficiency and heat pump sectors

‘Energy efficient homes could save the economy £7bn a year’

This would protect customers through the winter and create 140,000 green jobs, a report finds

US manufacturers and water utilities save $10.6bn in energy costs

They partnered with the Department of Energy to increase energy and water efficiency

Canada provides $11.5m for net zero police building

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police building will incorporate energy efficiency in the design and rooftop solar panels, among others

Taos Ski Valley achieves carbon-neutral certification

The village and alpine ski resort in southwest US has been working with Climate Impact Partners to offset its greenhouse gas emissions

Energy and carbon savings for Salford City Council after £7.45m green upgrades

The programme, which rolled out energy efficiency installations on more than 30 public buildings, helped save 2.4 million kWh of energy and 584 tonnes of carbon

‘UK energy bill crisis will get worse without insulation measures’

Energy measures announced last week are forecast to do little to tackle the crisis in the medium and long term, according to a new report