Energy intensive businesses could be given more energy bill support

Rishi Sunak has hinted at more targeted support offered to those who need the most help amid the energy crisis

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

UK looking at more relief to energy-hungry industries

Big energy users could soon claim an exemption of up to 100% of their environmental and policy costs

Vertical farming firm Future Crops switches to 100% renewable energy

The company chose a site with 18,000 solar panels when it began operations in 2018 and started using wind energy this year, bringing its reliance on renewable energy to 100%

New €300.5m call for proposals for clean hydrogen tech launched

The Clean Hydrogen Partnership will support projects that boost renewable hydrogen production, reduce its costs and develop storage and distribution solutions

Net zero Britain: Views sought on role of negative emissions technologies

They are expected to play a key role in decarbonising energy intensive industries, such as agriculture and cement production, however uncertainties and concerns remain