National Grid commits to net zero emissions by 2050

The target, however, does not include indirect emissions from the energy sold to consumers but National Grid said it is supporting that through various initiatives

European Investment Bank to end funding for fossil fuel projects

Future financing will aim to accelerate clean energy innovation, energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies

EU agrees new labels for tyres to boost fuel savings and cut emissions

Tyres contribute to as much as 20% to 30% of a vehicle’s fuel consumption

Energy Live EXPO 2019: Film of the Day

Relive the best bits from the event and catch up on what was said right here…

Energy price cap: British Gas owner Centrica wins appeal against Ofgem

Centrica applied for a judicial review after the regulator announced a change to the methodology used to set the opening price cap of £1,137 a year at the beginning of January

Environmentalists ‘may have to accept ‘taboo’ nuclear energy to decarbonise’

That’s the suggestion from Kirsty Gogan, Co-Founder and Global Director of environmental Non-Governmental Organisation Energy for Humanity (EFH), who spoke as part of the panel at Energy Live Expo last week in Westminster

Mike Hughes: Big business and green movement are totally compatible

The Zone President for Schneider Electric UK & Ireland said the UK’s 2050 net zero goal is a ‘hugely ambitious step’ and gives businesses a focus on where to invest

Sunflower-influenced solar panels ‘could harvest 400% more energy’

Researchers have developed ‘SUNbots’, which feature innovative ‘stems’ able to point solar panels directly towards light sources

Steve Holliday: Oil and gas sector must play major role in tackling climate change

The president of the Energy Institute spoke to ELN at the Energy Live Expo event in London last week, which attracted more than 450 people from across industry

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Climate targets ‘in jeopardy as energy demand soars’

Capgemini has published new data revealing that as global energy demand continued to rise through 2018, so did greenhouse gas emissions