Britain’s smart meter installations in 2020 at lowest level since 2016

Coronavirus outbreak impacted smart meter installations which dropped by 27% last year, according to a new report

Aberdeen University launches ‘UK’s first’ masters in energy transition

The course aims to educate engineers in sustainable energy systems

Spanish utility Naturgy to invest $1.8bn to enter the US renewable energy market

The company aims to reach an operational solar capacity of 1.6GW by 2025

COP26 President: ‘2021 will be a very big year for climate and the UK’

Speaking at the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee earlier today, Alok Sharma said he wants COP26 to be the most inclusive COP ever

Scientists in Ireland to build a pedestrian bridge made from old wind turbine blades

The project aims to minimise and repurpose wind turbine blade waste

MIT designs hybrid-electric jet that ‘could fly with 95% less NOx emissions’

The aircraft uses technology which claims to ‘clean’ exhaust gases during flight

Octopus Energy launches ‘world’s first’ tariff offering 50% discount when wind is blowing

The ‘Fan Club’ tariff could save consumers more than £200 per year

Oil discovery in Egypt’s Western Desert

Independent producer Apex said the well in Cretaceous sandstones can produce 2,000 barrels a day

Total announces withdrawal from American Petroleum Institute due to climate opinions disparity

Total found the energy association’s views on climate issues were only ‘partially aligned’ with its own

Turn the camera off during your online chats to drastically cut emissions

Turning on the camera emits 25 times more CO2 than calling using audio alone!