Labour pledges to make climate change ‘core part’ of school curriculum

It has set out plans to ensure all young people are educated in schools about the social and environmental impacts of climate change

UN to help Saudi Arabia strengthen environmental protection

It will provide technical experts in the fields of environmental law, air quality management and climate change

Half of parents ‘would move house to escape air pollution if affordable’

New research has found more than one in 10 parents of under 18s have already moved to ‘cleaner areas’

What’s the climate footprint of your travel?

Researchers have developed a tool which they hope will encourage consumers to fly less by highlighting the climate impact of their choices

Ofgem says it will not confirm Solarplicity’s provisional order

The energy supplier was banned from taking on new customers and increasing vulnerable customers’ direct debits in February

Guest Blog: Jo Butlin – Localised energy markets – the new energy norm?

It was a record breaking 2019 Easter weekend with the whole country revelling in end to end sunshine. Fewer people would have been aware that the 90 hours of continuous generation with no coal on the system was also record breaking.

Put customers in driving seat of EV charging scheme designs, says Citizens Advice

The consumer body says companies should guarantee minimum levels of savings or income

ENGIE and EDP to create offshore wind joint venture

They will combine their offshore wind assets and project pipeline, starting with a total capacity of 1.5GW under construction and 4GW under development

Smart meter technology
One million second gen smart meters connected to Britain’s network

Up to 20 smart meters are being installed every minute of the day

Waves
Flagship EU tidal energy project reduces cost of tidal energy by 15%

The €20m Enabling Future Arrays in Tidal scheme is an academic-industry collaboration between nine European partners and has already achieved impressive results from its Shetland tidal array