Consortium to develop carbon capture tech to curb Singapore’s emissions

The group includes oil giant Chevron and concrete producer Pan-United – it aims to shrink the carbon intensity of heavy industries such as energy, chemicals and construction

Brighton Council to install solar panels in hundreds of homes to slash energy bills

The upgrade is expected to help residents cut bills by up to £150 and reduce CO2 emissions by 300 tonnes every year

By 2030, community energy should power the equivalent of 2.2 million homes across UK

That’s the verdict from Community Energy England, which says community-owned initiatives could generate 5,270MW by this time

Wave of businesses vow to make their buildings net zero by 2030

The World Green Building Council signatories are also striving towards all buildings worldwide generating net zero emissions by 2050

Somerset switches on ground-breaking energy storage facility

The ‘largest council-owned energy storage system in the UK’ comes as a result of a £9.8m investment

Belgian port launches voyage to cleaner future with carbon capture project

A consortium aims to develop shared CO2 liquefaction, storage and transport infrastructure

Danish district heat plant to phase out coal and slash 375k tonnes of CO2

The green switch is estimated to reduce the annual Danish CO2 emissions by 1%, the equivalent of replacing 200,000 cars with EVs

‘First of its kind’ wood waste to energy plant opens in British Columbia

The facility will make use of waste from forestry operations, sawmills and wood product manufacturers to create syngas through gasification

Michigan switches on its ‘largest’ wind park

The park is part of a project involving four new wind parks that will come online in 2020 and avoid 1.2 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually

Singapore achieves 2020 target to deploy 350MW of solar

The country now generates enough clean energy to power about 60,000 households, according to a new report