Repairable and upgradable battery charges onto the market

Battery developer Aceleron says its devices can be repaired, upgraded, reused and recycled, unlike most batteries which are thrown away when one component fails

Western Power Distribution and Anesco sign Demand Side Management Agreement

The deal is thought to be among of the first of its kind signed in the UK

Extreme air pollution ‘could cut 21 years off your life’

A new report suggests particulate matter is particular dangerous, as tiny particles can “easily penetrate lung passageways” and cause “significant cardiovascular, cerebrovascular and respiratory damage”

‘COP26 to be most important climate meeting since Paris Agreement’

Claire Perry MP has warned ’emissions warming our atmosphere have no territorial allegiance’ and stressed international cooperation is more important than ever before

Edible drinks capsules get splash of government funding

Notpla, which is backed by drinks giant Lucozade Ribena Suntory, will use the funding to take its Ooho product a step closer to commercialisation

Lord Ian Duncan becomes UK’s Minister for Climate Change

His responsibilities now include leading climate science and innovation, as well as advances in smart metering and clean heat

US announces $40m in funding for new hydrogen tech

The new financing aims to enable affordable and reliable large-scale hydrogen generation, transport, storage and utilisation

Wyoming wind farm to provide same power with 80% fewer turbines – how?

PacifiCorp is to repower the state’s first commercial wind farm with modernised, more efficient turbines

Faraday Grid enters administration

The firm, which aimed to commercialise its flow control devices and modernise the UK grid, has gone bust after running out of funding

Audi e-tron becomes first EV to score maximum safety rating

It received the maximum score from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety after being assessed across six different crash tests