Scotland likely to miss bus fleet decarbonisation target

Scotland will not succeed in removing the majority of public buses from public service, according to a report

More than half of new UK cars to be electric by 2028

The government has increased the number of electric sales that carmakers will need to demonstrate

Industry urges government to establish EV charge regulator

Manufacturers and traders call for binding targets for chargepoint rollout as a condition of the zero-emission vehicle mandate

Government urged to double support for renewables

Trade body Regen calls on the government to double the capacity for onshore renewables in the next Contracts for Difference

Neste ramps up wind energy at its Finnish production sites

The power agreement will allow the firm to cut its indirect emissions at its sites by approximately 55 kilotons. which is equivalent to the annual carbon footprint of more than 8,500 citizens

‘US could reach 90% clean electricity by 2035 at no extra cost for consumers’

The ramp-up of renewable energy would inject $1.7 trillion of investment into the US economy and increase energy sector jobs by up to 530,000 every year, according to a new report

Brussels bans petrol and diesel cars from 2035

The Brussels Capital Region has announced the move in order to avoid air pollution, tackle climate change and ultimately go net zero by 2050

Finland commits to carbon neutrality by 2035

The move makes the Scandinavian nation home to one of the earliest timelines for cutting out carbon