Electrification paired with renewables ‘could help China achieve carbon-neutrality goal’

Under a faster energy transition scenario, China would require $7.9 trillion worth of investment in electricity generation capacity, according to a new report

HD video streaming on phone ‘creates eight times more emissions than SD’

Keeping the audio and turning off the video content on YouTube could save between 1% and 5% of the service’s total emissions, according to a new report

Offshore wind target of 1,400GW by 2050 ‘could save $1.88 trillion in public health costs’

The goal is achievable if governments work together with industry to set out stable policies and pipeline visibility, according to a new report

UK competition watchdog launches market study into EV charging sector

It is considering how to ensure the sector works well for consumers now and in the future, which will help to build trust in the service and address any competition issues

Pozitive Energy is sponsoring TELCA’s Consultancy of the Year – and here’s the shortlist…

This year, our industry-recognised awards show is taking place online on the 11th of December

Welsh Government unveils £30m EV charging strategy

Over the next decade, the plan identifies the need for between 30,000 and 50,000 fast chargers and 2,000 to 3,5000 rapid or ultra-rapid chargers

Yorkshire Energy becomes latest supplier to go bust

Ofgem will now choose a new supplier to take on Yorkshire Energy’s 74,000 domestic customers and a small number of business customers

5G networks ‘can be up to 90% greener than 4G systems’

Nokia and Telefónica note as data traffic exponentially rises, 5G networks will need to be equipped with a number of sustainable hardware and software features to keep related emissions as low as possible

Raft of energy firms sign up to improve disability-related diversity

DTEK, EDF Energy, ENEOS Holdings and PSEG are among the businesses that have joined the Valuable 500

Crown Estate seeks input on achieving 1GW of floating offshore wind by 2030

It is currently inviting views on the scale of the opportunity for floating wind in the UK and the likely pipeline of projects between now and 2030