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The UK Government is increasing the country’s climate ambitions through new proposals showing how a new UK-wide Emissions Trading System (ETS) would work – putting a cost on carbon pollution to encourage polluters to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases they emit.
A report from CDP, a global non-profit provider of climate research, finds the major consumer electronic and capital goods firms that dominate the cooling sector are failing to innovate or make the latest technology widely available.
The Energy Institute has committed to a reduction of its emissions of 68 per cent by 2035 and hitting a net-zero goal well before 2050.
The Covid-19 pandemic has set in motion the largest drop in global energy investment in history, with spending expected to plunge in every major sector this year – from fossil fuels to renewables and efficiency – the International Energy Agency said in a new report.
Renewable hydrogen has a key role to play in the UK’s successful transition from fossil fuels to renewables, alongside a huge expansion of wind energy and other clean power sources, according to a new report published from RenewableUK.
Vattenfall Heat UK has signed an agreement with Brent Cross South developer Argent Related to provide low-carbon heating to homes, shops, and other businesses in the redevelopment scheme in Barnet, north London. At 8MW, the district heating system will have the largest heat pump installation of its kind in the UK
There is an urgent need to increase the pace and scale of investment into the energy efficiency and resilience of UK residential buildings.
Manufacturers who put sustainability at the heart of their businesses have seen real benefits from doing so in the last 12 months with 40 per cent reporting increased profit margins and 30 per cent increased competitiveness as a result.
The government should cut VAT on renovating existing buildings, in line with the VAT on new build, to help revitalise the construction sector after coronavirus, says a new report from Green Alliance, on behalf of its Tech Task Force.
There is a lot of smoke and mirrors being used to drive demand for particular technologies in the COVID-19 crisis, according to the chair of an influential industry group.
Fifty five companies — with a combined market capitalisation of over $2.4tr and representing over 5m employees — have signed a statement urging governments around the world to align their COVID-19 economic aid and recovery efforts with the latest climate science.
A new project has been launched to explore the potential for an integrated and flexible energy system to reduce the cost of reaching the UK’s net zero economy goal by 2050.
The University of Exeter has launched a project to develop new initiatives for greener home heating.
A coalition of business leaders has added its voice to the growing demands for governments to examine economic recovery packages to focus on a transition to a low-carbon global economy.
A low-carbon infrastructure should be at the core of Government policy to reviving the economy post COVID-19, according to the Committee on Climate Change.
Total energy use in the United States declined by 1 per cent in 2019, partially reversing a significant increase in 2018, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
E.ON is to merge its industrial and commercial supply activities in the UK.
An HS2 interchange station will become first railway station in the world to achieve a top award for environmentally friendly design.
Worldwide energy demand will fall 6 per cent in 2020 – seven times the decline after the 2008 global financial crisis, according to the International Energy Agency in its Global Energy Review for 2020.
The Government is set to replace the Renewable Heat Incentive with the Clean Heat Grant as the UK moves towards decarbonisation.
Edinburgh-based Flexitricity has facilitated the first sale of energy from a company's battery storage system to the national grid using its virtual power plant.
Scientists at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado, US, claim to have made a solar cell with an efficiency of nearly 50 per cent.
Oxford City Council has taken delivery of its first electric vehicles (EVs) as part of Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO), a world-first project showcasing an integrated approach to decarbonising power, heat and transport across the city.
The Government is being encouraged to introduce a carbon intensity standard to help decarbonise heat in the UK.
As the UK drags itself through the sixth week of social distancing, history was made on 20 April 2020. On Monday evening, the value of a barrel of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil, or Texas Light Sweet, declined to an unprecedented MINUS $40.32. It was the blackest of days for black gold, says Chris Beasley.

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