How supply chains can unlock net zero

60% of carbon emissions are generated by supply chains. Decarbonising your own supply chain – and abating your Scope 3 emissions – plays a key role in helping you to reach net zero

Luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co. commits to net zero emissions by 2040

It includes emissions reductions across its operations and supply chain, with the aim of using 100% renewable electricity by 2030

Scotland announces £17.6m to fuel green heat economy

It is part of the Heat in Buildings Supply Chains Delivery Plan, which sets out the practical steps that will be taken to support the growth of the green heat industry

The Carbon Column – What, how, where of data

In this article I discuss data and the questions businesses can ask themselves to help measure their carbon footprint

Apple urges its global supply chain to decarbonise by 2030

The technology giant is calling on its suppliers to accelerate action to achieve carbon-neutrality for their Apple-related corporate operations

The Carbon Column – Understanding the challenge

In this article I look a few key elements to understand and implement before calculating carbon

EU greenlights €5.2bn of member states’ public support for hydrogen project

The IPCEI Hy2Use project is expected to boost the supply of renewable and low carbon hydrogen, helping reduce dependency on the supply of natural gas

New partnership to boost green hydrogen supply between Ireland and Europe

Irish firm EIH2 has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Port of Amsterdam and the Port of Cork for the partnership

Fresh £25m investment to plug in electric vehicle technology

The Advanced Propulsion Centre announced the 22 winners that will receive up to £2m each through its Scale-up Readiness Validation competition

Canada and Germany form green hydrogen alliance

The two countries aim to export Canadian hydrogen to Germany starting in 2025