SSE increases low carbon ambition with science-based carbon targets

Energy giant commits to series of comprehensive carbon targets, aligned to the 2016 Paris Agreement

Microplastics found in guts of sharks off UK coast

Microplastic and other man-made fibre particles were found in 67% of the creatures studied

‘Offshore wind power now so cheap it could actually pay money back to consumers’

A new study found the latest round of offshore wind farms to be built in the UK could actually reduce household energy bills across the country

‘Electric vehicle ownership must increase by 11,000% for a net zero UK’

Electric vehicle ownership will increase from 44k to five million in the south of England and north of Scotland, according to a report

New agreement works towards Ukraine’s first grid-scale energy storage system

Honeywell and DTEK hope to increase the flexibility of Ukraine’s power grid and help the nation decarbonise its energy mix

Nuclear energy and the industry surrounding it ‘is a complete scam’

That’s the bold claim from Jonathon Porritt, Co-Founder of Forum for the Future, who told Energy Live News that the UK ‘has been one of the most incompetent countries in developing nuclear infrastructure’

SSE to spend £4m a day on low carbon projects across UK and Ireland

This figure adds up to around £7 billion of investment in new renewable infrastructure and technologies over the next five years

‘England has enough free space to triple existing tree cover across the country’

That’s the suggestion from Friends of the Earth, which has analysed unpublished Forestry Commission data and found there is sufficient suitable land for an additional 3.2 million hectares of trees in addition to existing woodland

Government ‘must launch National Delivery Body to decarbonise heat’

Heat is currently the largest single source of carbon emissions in the UK, accounting for more than a third of greenhouse gases

Enel X launches GEO in the UK to optimise CHP assets and boost operator income

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