Oil and gas majors commit to report and reduce methane emissions

The Oil and Gas Methane Partnership aims to deliver a 45% reduction in the industry’s methane emissions by 2025 and a 60% to 75% reduction by 2030

Ørsted to trade and balance 40% of Dogger Bank’s power generation

The Danish wind offshore giant will have trading and balancing responsibility for 960MW of the 2.4GW of installed capacity at Dogger Bank Wind Farm A and B

Almost 41% of Brits are ‘willing to pay more to commute on a hydrogen train or bus’

Almost 41% of Brits would pay an additional £1 per day in order to lower the carbon footprint of their commute, according to a new survey

Global investors plan to double proportion of renewable investments in next five years

This rise is expected to continue to 10.8% over a ten-year timeframe as global climate action continues to ramp up on the road to reaching net zero by 2050

EU approves €280m for environment, nature and climate action projects

The funding is expected to trigger total investments of nearly €590m

Solar and wind power
New inquiry into renewable energy support launched in Wales

It will look for potential opportunities for development and deployment of renewable energy in Wales and how Cardiff and Westminster should work together to support them

ISO 50001: the pros and cons of an energy management system

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that to prevent catastrophic climate impacts, global temperature rise must be kept below 1.5°C.

CfD: Government to back 12GW of renewable energy capacity in next auction

It intends to double the capacity of renewable energy and expand the number of technologies supported when the fourth round opens in late 2021

Switching to EVs ‘could save Brits £57k on lifetime fuel costs’

The average lifetime cost of charging an EV is £6,000, according to new research by the energy company EDF

Global carbon dioxide levels ‘remain at record highs despite Covid-19 lockdown’

The last time carbon dioxide levels were that high was three to five million years ago, according to the World Meteorological Organisation