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

Swiss perfume giant Firmenich receives SBTi approval for net zero target

In 2020, Firmenich was said to have become the first company in its industry to achieve 100% renewable electricity worldwide

Carlsberg hopes to brew net zero operations and supply chain by 2040

The brewing giant is also aiming to achieve a zero packaging waste and zero farming footprint

US launches $675m programme to expand critical materials supply chains

Critical materials are required for manufacturing many clean energy technologies, including batteries, EVs, wind turbines and solar panels

The Carbon Column – Carbon reporting without the cost

This post explains what businesses can do to address carbon reporting without spending much

The Carbon Column – Addressing Scope 3 Emissions

In this post I address scope 3 emissions and what they mean for businesses