SSE Business Energy is sponsoring Net Zero Leaders at TELCA 2020 – and here’s the shortlist…

This year, our industry-recognised awards show is taking place online on the 11th of December

UK steps up emissions goals to require a 68% reduction by 2030

The ambitious goal comes despite the CCC having previously warned the government that the UK is not on track to hit its existing fifth carbon budget target

Pozitive Energy is sponsoring TELCA’s Consultancy of the Year – and here’s the shortlist…

This year, our industry-recognised awards show is taking place online on the 11th of December

5G networks ‘can be up to 90% greener than 4G systems’

Nokia and Telefónica note as data traffic exponentially rises, 5G networks will need to be equipped with a number of sustainable hardware and software features to keep related emissions as low as possible

Raft of energy firms sign up to improve disability-related diversity

DTEK, EDF Energy, ENEOS Holdings and PSEG are among the businesses that have joined the Valuable 500

Government launches search for locations to home prototype fusion energy plant

The Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production project is targeted for completion by 2040 and will be delivered through the UK Atomic Energy Authority

Solar microgrid ‘to cut Cambodian island’s diesel use by more than 600,000 litres per year’

Total Solar Distributed Generation, in partnership with Canopy Power, is building the infrastructure on the remote island of Koh Rong Sanloem

Plastic waste can cause deformities in marine life

A new study led by scientists from the University of Exeter found sea urchins raised in plastic-contaminated seawater samples suffered from a range of abnormalities, including deformed skeletons and nervous systems

Global increases in temperature ‘could be held to 2.1°C by the end of the century’

That’s the suggestion from the Climate Action Tracker group, which previously estimated the planet’s atmosphere could warm by as much as 3°C by 2100

OGUK: ‘Oil and gas produced in the UK will continue to support energy security in decades to come’

That’s the suggestion from Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), which says the fossil fuels will continue to be used as part of a ‘changing and cleaner energy mix’