Residents living in ‘back-to-back’ council homes to secure ‘green’ measures

More than a thousand residents are set to benefit from energy efficiency upgrades

Iberdrola to invest €3bn in green hydrogen

The Chairman of the Spanish utility has said green hydrogen could unlock “enormous” industrial opportunities

Britishvolt buys German battery cell maker EAS for €36m

EAS, currently fully owned by the Monbat Group, has more than 25 years of experience in developing and producing large format cylindrical lithium-ion battery cells

Chancellor announces £400 discount on energy bills

This is part of £15bn measures to tackle rising energy prices and the cost-of-living

REPowerEU: Commission establishes taskforce to diversify energy supply

It will help deliver on the REPowerEU objective of reducing the region’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels by enabling member states and neighbouring nations to have access to alternative supplies at affordable prices over the coming years

‘Petrochemicals need $759bn to become net zero’

The investment must be made into carbon capture and electrification, a new report warns

“One in every 45 people could be environment refugees by 2050”

Researchers have warned if emissions continue to soar sea levels may rise by a further 0.4 to 0.8m by 2100

Surgeons perform ‘carbon-neutral’ cancer operation

It marks a huge milestone for the NHS, as it looks to rollout these procedures across the country

US Government to invest $38m in decarbonising national laboratories

Each of the Department of Energy’s national laboratories houses heavy industrial facilities, energy-intensive data centres, reactors and other unique infrastructure that demands large amounts of continuous power

Shell finishes deal to sell retail and lubricants business in Russia

The company’s Russian retail stations and lubricants business have been sold to LUKOIL