Australia announces $1.9bn investment to protect Great Barrier Reef

The financial aid comes in light of the reef suffering from ‘extensive’ bleaching during the 2019-20 summer

Tata Power announces expansion of solar assets to 90 Indian cities

Tata Power has already deployed over 375MW of rooftop projects across Indian states such as Gujarat, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu

Public transport, walking and cycling ‘need to become primary forms of travel’

That’s the suggestion from Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, who added all motorcycles, buses, cars and trucks, will have to become zero emission

The ELCC20 Webinar Day was a roaring success, thanks to all of you

More than 850 people from all around the world tuned in to engage with our stream of energy industry experts

“Petrol pumps don’t provide any more covid-19 risk than any other surface”

That’s the suggestion from Kevin McPartlan, CEO of the Irish Petroleum Industry Association, who spoke to ELN about the pandemic

ELCC20 is online – take a look at what’s on…

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced us to postpone the event taking place in Manchester but we are hosting a series of webinars today to supply you with some of the great content on offer

‘Parts of UK could run out of water in around 20 years’, new study warns

The demand for water in England is estimated to ‘exceed supply by between 1.1 billion and 3.1 billion litres per day by the 2050s’

Coronavirus delays smart meter rollout as installations suspended

Energy UK has announced the Coronavirus pandemic has prompted its members to halt ‘all non-essential field-based activities’

Working from home ‘could cost UK public an extra £52m a week on energy bill’

Uswitch has predicted households where people are working from home will use 25% more electricity and 17% more gas per day

Coronavirus ‘poses no threat to the grid’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University, who spoke to Energy Live News about the global pandemic