SSE Energy Solutions and Glasgow Uni fund green tech business study

The effectiveness of heat pumps, battery storage and solar panels in all sorts of businesses will be investigated

CEOs say geopolitics threatens SDGs

Although the number of CEOs committed to sustainability has risen substantially, a report shows

Two-thirds of Australian corporates support crackdown on greenwashing

Despite this, inflation will see many reduce their climate action – analysis reveals

REA: ‘UK in relegation zone for energy transition’

A lack of long-term policies has the UK near the bottom in Europe, a report suggests

‘Oil and gas investments could finance renewables needed for 1.5°C’

The Paris Agreement could be achieved if money intended for new oil and gas fields was redirected into wind and solar, a study claims

Neste to study green energy transition for Porvoo refinery in Finland

It aims to transition it to non-crude oil refining and a renewable and circular solutions site

Climate change – ‘we are going in the wrong direction’, WMO says

There is a 66% chance that global warming rises by 2.8°C this century if policies don’t change, it claims

‘Hydrogen leaks could mean it’s not so green after all’

That’s according to new research claiming new infrastructure must be built to ensure clean hydrogen stays cleanv

Australia grants $924k to explore low emission steel production at Port Kembla Steelworks

BlueScope Steel’s initial 13-month project will explore two main pathways to lowering emissions at the steelworks – smart carbon usage and direct carbon avoidance

Japan and Egypt join efforts to accelerate net zero energy future

They join existing contributors from the UK, Netherlands, US, Australia, Canada and Brazil, with each research and technology centre offering their unique perspective on the energy transition and journey towards creating integrated energy systems