UK ‘must use bioenergy with carbon capture and storage to go net-zero’

The Renewable Energy Association has called on policymakers to ensure these technologies fulfil their potential as valuable tools to decarbonise the economy

The Windsors are responsible for a royal increase in travel emissions

he Royal Household’s annual financial statement for the financial year 2018-19 show emissions related to travel increased by 98% on the previous year

Will Burberry set a green trend with new 2022 emissions goal?

The luxury fashion brand has committed to slash its direct emissions by 95% over the next three years

Health and safety of offshore wind sector continues to improve into 2018

The G+ Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation has highlighted a fall in the total number of health and safety incidents among its members last year

2019 ‘could be the worst year for energy price rises on record’

Look After My Bills suggests both the frequency and severity of price hikes could reach unparalleled levels this year

Too many energy firms ‘still struggling to offer good customer service’

That’s according to Citizens Advice, which says licencing regulations for new market entrants are too relaxed

Climate change ‘could make Siberia habitable by the end of the century’

Researchers suggest by 2080, Asian Russia could have a milder climate, with significantly less permafrost coverage

Supermarket freezer aisles ‘could provide a cool way to balance the grid’

A mocked-up supermarket has proven freezer aisles across the UK could be used as a giant ‘virtual battery’

Innovative light tech lands £600k of new funding

Deciwatt aims to help improve energy access around the world using its NowLight, which allows its user to generate electricity by pulling on a cord

Boots gives plastic bags the boot with new paper replacement

The health and beauty chain says the new paper bags will initially be available in 53 of its 2,485 stores