Seven million unsold plants ‘could be binned’ because of Coronavirus

Bruce Harnett. Managing Director of Kernock Park Plants spoke to ELN about the waste that will result from the impacts of the pandemic

‘Millions of Brits still going out to top-up on electricity despite lockdown’

Bill Bullen, CEO of Utilita Energy, spoke to ELN about this issue

Coping with Corona – Ian Funnell, CEO of ABB

Will the coronavirus pandemic mean certain ‘work norms’ have vanished, never to return? Watch the interview to find out…

‘An economic crash could cost more lives than the coronavirus’

Professor of Risk Management tells ELN the economic fallout from lockdown could be more deadly than the virus itself

Coronavirus ‘could facilitate a modal shift in the transport sector’

That’s the suggestion from Keith Bell, Professor of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde

UKPN: ‘Coronavirus power outage reports are fake news’

Basil Scarsella, CEO of UK Power Networks, said: ‘Power will stay on in the UK’

Coping with Corona – Alex Goody, CEO of Gemserv

In the first of a new series, we talk to leading voices in the energy and environmental sector about coping with the COVID-19 pandemic

Blue skies across Europe as coronavirus lockdown slashes air pollution

The change in the amount of nitrogen dioxide in the atmosphere is particularly broad in Paris, Milan and Madrid, according to the European Space Agency

India breathes ‘cleanest air’ during one-day coronavirus curfew

India is now on a 21-day lockdown that started on the 24th of March

“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