A five times faster cut in energy-related carbon intensity ‘could help the world hit the 1.5°C target’

New research finds that there is no country in the G20 that has achieved the 12.9% rate of decarbonisation required to limit global warming

Renewable energy producer to invest up to £13bn in the UK by 2030

EDP has acquired two renewable energy portfolios, both wind and solar, with a capacity of 544MW

‘World’s largest’ floating wind farm starts injecting green electricity into Scotland’s grid

The project could produce enough electricity to power more than 50,000 homes in Scotland

Administrators appointed to failed energy supplier

The joint administrator explained that Pure Planet faced “significant liquidity challenges”

Government urged to ban wood-burning stoves by 2027

Despite having more than 19,000 complaints about toxic wood smoke in the last six years, local authorities have issued just 19 penalties, according to campaign group

Manchester switches on a light that will never go out

The local authority has switched on the ‘Tower of Light’ which is part of a massive heat network project that will distribute low carbon heat and electricity

Octopus Energy starts offering Tesla electricity tariff for German customers

The offering is designed for customers who own a solar system and a Tesla Powerwall

Mind the gap between cheapest energy deals and price cap!

New research finds that the gap between the cheapest energy deals and price cap has shrunk to the lowest ever level

Solar-powered cabin to slash emissions at National Grid project

The technology is forecast to reduce CO2 emissions by 86% a day when compared with security welfare vans

INEOS to invest £2bn in hydrogen production

The chemical giant plans to build green hydrogen plants in Norway, Germany and the UK to decarbonise its operations