Finnish firms launch ‘world’s first’ hub for CO2 removal certificates

Puro aims to test if CO2 removals can be made visible and tradable through an open, online platform

Complaints
Switching rises up the ranks in terms of most energy complaints

Issues related to changing supplier have overtaken customer service as the second largest source of unresolved energy complaints

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Find the right personality to pass on the sustainability

Dominant, dependent or detached ? Which kind of personality are you?

Ban new diesel lorry sales by 2040, urges NIC

The National Infrastructure Commission says the government must set long term targets to ensure UK freight is carbon free by 2050

CCUS ‘crucial to driving global decarbonisation agenda’

The head of the Organising Committee of the World Energy Congress believes the utilisation of carbon is an area that needs development

Thames Water makes no bones about Iron Age skeletons discovery

Human skeletons were found as the water company was preparing to lay new pipes in Oxfordshire

Rebellion forms to face ‘climate emergency and ecosystem collapse’

The Extinction Rebellion group started widespread protests through London yesterday to block traffic and call on the government to do more about global warming

Next Capacity Market auction planned for June

National Grid Electricity System Operator was told to rearrange the postponed T-1 auction ‘as soon as reasonably practicable’

Ireland ‘not on course to meet 2020 emissions and renewable energy goals’

The International Energy Agency says the country’s overall energy system ‘remains heavily reliant on fossil fuels’

Philip Hammond
Philip Hammond calls for more action on sustainable global growth

A new release from the UK Government says the Chancellor will talk at the annual IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings in Washington over the coming days