Budget benefits: Why it’s the ideal time for SMEs to invest in optimising their energy

As SMEs across all sectors have been impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, many will have been eagerly awaiting the Chancellor’s latest Budget last month – and it did contain a number of opportunities for smaller businesses

Facebook becomes net zero in its operations

The social network has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 94% in the last three years and is now powered by 100% renewable energy

Award-winning green and digital switchgear makes commercial debut

SM AirSeT is a leap forward for sustainability, using pure air and vacuum interruption instead of SF6 gas

Heineken aims to become fully carbon-neutral by 2040

It claims it is the first global brewer aiming for carbon-neutrality in its full chain and is working alongside the SBTi to help its targets materialise

Total partners with Siemens Energy to reduce LNG-related emissions

The collaboration will focus on natural gas liquefaction facilities and associated power generation

Climate change: Is digital the silver-bullet we’re looking for to meet our climate commitments?

By Mike Hughes, SVP of End-to-End Digital Customer Relationship at Schneider Electric

Cranfield University builds hydrogen plant to test carbon capture technology

The project will test a novel technology that could support large volumes of green hydrogen production at a lower cost

TPI: ‘Net zero commitments double from last year’

However, TPI’s new report revealed that only 17% of carbon -intensive companies are set to maintain temperature rises to 2°C or below by 2050

Greener behaviours from the UK’s ‘polluter elite’ could speed up net zero journey

A ‘dramatic change’ in the wealthiest citizens’ lifestyle could only keep the 1.5°C target in sight, according to a new report

Statkraft to build its first wind farms in the world’s southernmost country Chile

Combined with the company’s existing hydropower assets, Statkraft will reach a generating capacity of 366MW by the end of 2023