Only 18% of energy managers say sustainability is their priority

A new poll suggests half of energy managers admit saving money remains their primary concern

Guest Blog: Dawid Lipinski – Gamifying our world

Almost everyone loves a good game but not many people realize that nowadays video games are more mainstream than films or music. The industry has been on a rapid rise for several years and is expected to generate $152 billion in 2019.

Government adjusts temporary tariffs on HGVs and biofuels

The update will affect the UK’s temporary tariff regime if it leaves the EU without a deal

Wind turbines
Europe’s uncertain wind energy growth puts ‘jobs and green goals at stake’

WindEurope warns if national plans are unambitious and permitting issues persist, only 67GW of new wind capacity will be installed by 2023

Chemicals giant Linde buys 20% stake in UK hydrogen firm ITM Power

The two companies are also forming a new 50:50 joint venture to develop hydrogen power for major industrial projects

EU lends €21m for energy efficiency in Bucharest

The financing will support upgrades to thermal insulation of 400 residential buildings

BP chief Bob Dudley to step down next year

He helped steer the oil giant back following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon which brought the company close to collapse

Kenya closes its first ever green bond

The bond has been certified as green by the UK Climate Bonds Initiative due to its expected contribution to reducing carbon emissions

UK universities earn a first with landmark £50m wind PPA

They will be guaranteed green electricity by developer Statkraft, which will issue certificates that match the output of the wind farms

Car exhaust smoke
Local authorities offered £2m to improve air quality

They can apply for projects including electric vehicle charging points, cycling infrastructure and developing local online air quality resources