West of Orkney Windfarm advances with consent application

The West of Orkney Windfarm has submitted offshore consent applications, becoming the “first” ScotWind project to reach this stage

Wind farm uncover insect secrets

ScottishPower Renewables’ Whitelee Windfarm has joined an initiative studying the genetic diversity of one million flying insects across the UK – the project aims to uncover potentially undescribed species

UK aims to reduce red tape for business solar panels

Energy Security and Net Zero Secretary Claire Coutinho announced plans to simplify regulations and reduce bureaucratic hurdles for businesses looking to install solar panels on rooftops

UK business leaders call for climate and nature action

More than 1,500 business leaders have signed a letter calling on the UK Government to take urgent action on climate change and nature conservation

US commits $100m to zero emission school buses

The scheme aims at reducing emissions and promoting cleaner alternatives

Brits face £6,000 annual bill to reach net zero by 2050

The pursuit of net zero emissions by 2050 in the UK could come at a staggering cost, with a report estimating the price tag at over £4.5 trillion

Declining heat pump sales threaten EU energy targets

The European heat pump sector has expressed concerns over declining sales, which may jeopardise the EU’s energy goals of installing 60 million more heat pumps by 2030

RoboDog guards Drax Power Station

A robotic dog has joined Drax Power Station to enhance safety by conducting inspections and gathering data on machinery, helping prevent potential failures

UK Government urged to create ‘local net zero charter’

The establishment of this charter could accelerate the net zero transition, foster green job growth and strengthen partnerships between the government and local authorities, according to a new report

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‘Clean power surge keeps Paris Agreement alive, but urgent action needed’

The International Energy Agency has warned that while the window for meeting the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C target remains open, it has narrowed