London becomes the ‘most energy efficient’ region in England and Wales

Nearly 41.8% of homes in the capital have the highest EPC rating

New Zealand launches massive fossil fuel boiler replacement scheme to save 26k tonnes of CO2

The initiative is part of the country’s plan for a carbon-neutral public sector by 2025

New Zealand becomes ‘world’s first’ country to legislate for climate reporting

The country’s financial sector will be required to report what impact its investments are having on the climate

Cranfield University builds hydrogen plant in pursuit of technology that reduces emissions

The project will test a novel technology that could support large volumes of hydrogen production at a lower cost

ENGIE to build low carbon homes and school at former coal-fired power station site

The disused Rugeley Power Station site will become home to nearly 2,300 new low carbon homes

UK saw the ‘fifth largest’ fall in electricity sector carbon emissions since the start of lockdown

A new report estimates UK energy emissions fell to a total of 48.6 million tonnes of CO2, equivalent to the total annual emissions of nearly half a million Brits

Scientists warn CO2 levels in 2020 were ‘higher than anytime in the last 3.6m years’

While emissions dropped last year, the level of CO2 in the atmosphere rose, according to a new report

Centrica launches UK-wide heat pump project to slash social housing emissions

Nearly 600 homes across the North, North West, Midlands, East and South West will be fitted with low carbon heating systems

UAE plugs in first nuclear power plant

The first unit of the nuclear plant has started producing the first megawatts

UK sees its ‘greenest ever’ grid during Easter bank holiday

Carbon intensity per unit of electricity consumed dropped to the lowest figure on record at 1pm on Easter Monday, National Grid Electricity System Operator said