TotalEnergies pumps up its climate goals

The energy giant has pledged to slash two million tonnes of Scope 1 and 2 carbon dioxide emissions by 2025

UN: ‘Climate promises are offering little hope’

It claims that on the current track by 2100 the world could have warmed by 2.6°C

Scotland seeks views on tax aimed at boosting sustainable materials in construction

It has launched a consultation to replace the UK Aggregates Levy, which is payable when newly-quarried products like sand or rock are used for commercial purposes including housebuilding, infrastructure and landscaping

Parliament to discuss pros and cons of geothermal energy

The energy source is considered a useful tool to achieve net zero

Sizewell C ‘a step forward’ for energy supply and reliability

That’s the claim of an economics professor, after the government granted the site right to go-ahead

‘Geothermal energy could be the key to net zero’

Northern Ireland could become a geothermal energy hub – a new report claims

Nuclear is needed for net zero, says Finnish Minister

He has stated that without nuclear, Europe cannot be carbon-neutral

UK renewables
Kosovo aiming for 1.4 GW of renewables by 2031

Its energy strategy has been continually delayed since the turn of the year

Equinor and Naturgy team up for Spanish offshore wind licence

They are jointly assessing the opportunity to develop and build a floating offshore wind project by participating in Spain’s first offshore wind auction

Ukraine war leading to more fossil fuels is ‘mutually assured destruction’

The UN Secretary General has said countries turning to more fossil fuel imports in light of the crisis is ‘madness’