No more carbon drama for Guildhall!

The City of London has appointed Vital Energy to deploy measures that could guarantee CO2 savings of more than 1,000 tonnes a year

Lumentum targets net zero emissions by 2030

Its headquarters in San Jose, California, a new research and development facility in Milan, Italy and a manufacturing site in Škofljica, Slovenia have all been transitioned to using 100% renewable electricity

New scheme to help businesses in London reduce their carbon footprint

A year-long pilot project has been launched in Southwark and businesses that sign up will agree a target to reducing their buildings’ energy consumption by 10% within the first year

TfL boosts its Piccadilly line fleet with greener trains

Manufactured by Siemens Mobility, the trains are forecast to save 20% in energy consumption compared to existing models

UK council greenlights construction of 65 zero carbon social houses to support its net zero journey

Somerset West and Taunton Council approved the development of better-insulated council homes, which will use renewables for central heating and hot water

Accommodation sector’s energy use since 2000 ‘up more than any other industrial sector’

The UK’s wider economy has seen its energy usage decline by almost 20% over the same period

‘Manchester could reach 2038 net zero target with a 25% reduction of its energy use’

An urgent phase-out of fossil fuel gas in favour of hydrogen could help the city become carbon-neutral 12 years earlier than the rest of the UK, according to a new report

The Church of England sheds light on a holy ‘practical path’ for net zero carbon

It has released a practical guide including recommendations on how churches can reduce their energy use and the associated carbon dioxide emissions

Levi Strauss steps up efforts to slash supply chain emissions

The jeans giant has signed an agreement with IFC, a member of the World Bank, to help meet its corporate sustainability objectives

Spain’s Aena lands €86m for energy efficient airports

The improvements are expected to help reduce emissions by 30% in total