Gas networks unveil blueprint to deliver ‘Britain’s first’ hydrogen town by 2030

The companies are planning to invest £28 billion in hydrogen projects across the country by 2032

Boris Johnson targets 68% emissions cut: Industry responds

The Prime Minister vowed to cut emissions by 68% by 2030 based on 1990 levels – but what does the industry think?

UK steps up emissions goals to require a 68% reduction by 2030

The ambitious goal comes despite the CCC having previously warned the government that the UK is not on track to hit its existing fifth carbon budget target

Government unleashes ten point climate plan: Industry responds

The Prime Minister has set out the UK’s ten point plan to tackle climate change, deliver net zero and launch a ‘green industrial revolution’ – but what does the industry think?

Government brings forward the end of road for petrol and diesel cars to 2030

That is part of a £12bn ten-point plan announced by the Prime Minister to stimulate a ‘green industrial revolution’, which could create 250,000 jobs

A 2030 ban on polluting cars ‘could create £4.2bn supercharge for the economy’

An accelerated ban on new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans could create almost 32,000 new jobs by 2030, according to a new report

UK’s total onshore wind capacity ‘could reach 30GW by 2030’

RenewableUK expects the most significant increases in onshore wind deployments to take place from 2025 onwards

Could TV screens and online streaming help us rethink energy?

Fiona Ball, Director of the Bigger Picture at Sky, will host a session taking place at 11:00 on November 9th at Xpo 2020

Apple launches new iPhone model made using ‘recycled rare earth materials’

The tech giant claims the new model was designed ‘with the environment in mind’ and builds upon its 2030 net zero pledge

‘No major fossil fuel firm is aligned to limiting climate change to 2°C’

The Transition Pathway Initiative claims all fossil fuel giants are still wide’ of the 2°C mark, despite a raft of ‘attention-grabbing’ climate commitments