An army of former soldiers to help Centrica hit net zero

The energy giant has pledged to hire 500 former soldiers, sailors and airforce personnel as engineers

Martians singing the ketchup song!

Scientists have discovered a way that could enable astronauts to grow tomatoes on Mars

Bright future for Australian solar research with $45m funding boost

The funding will extend operations of the Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics in conducting solar research to 2030

Japanese urged to switch off lights to save energy

People are being advised to ration their power usage amid fears of blackouts

Activists urge Church of England to divest from fossil fuels

The activists staged a protest inside a cathedral demanding the Church divest from oil and gas companies by the end of October

Cathedral City cheese maker hit with record £1.5m fine over pollution breaches

According to the Environment Agency, Dairy Crest Limited has been falling short of the standards expected by the organisation when it comes to the company’s management of liquid waste, odour and environmental reporting

Could 3D-printed reefs installed between wind turbines protect cod?

3D structures have been installed on the seabed in a Danish offshore wind farm to improve cod population growth

G7 warned ‘don’t allow climate to take a back seat’

A new report implores the leaders to reject a return to fossil fuels, during their recent meeting in Germany

Siemens Energy and Air Liquide join for mass-scale hydrogen venture

The companies are looking to produce 3GW of hydrogen a year by 2025

Consultation opens for 500MW solar park in Lincolnshire

The site would provide renewable energy and storage to the local area