EU bank and partners to provide $95m loan for 100MW wind farm in Kazakhstan

The project is forecast to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 262,000 tonnes every year

Frankfurt breaks ground on fuel station for ‘world’s largest’ fleet of hydrogen trains

The station will supply hydrogen to a total of 27 hydrogen trains which will have a range of up to 1,000 kilometres

Repsol to build ‘Spain’s first’ advanced biofuels plant

The facility is forecast to produce annually 250,000 tonnes of advanced biofuels every year, for use in aircraft, trucks, and cars

Energy majors partner to speed up offshore CO2 transport and storage infrastructure

The partnership will see the development of an offshore network to ‎transport captured CO2 emissions to offshore storage beneath the ‎UK North Sea

UK public ‘could face £2,800 price hike on European EVs under no-deal Brexit’

The ‘price shock’ could cut demand for battery electric vehicles next year by at least 20%, according to a new report

Japan vows to become carbon-neutral by 2050

Addressing the Japanese Parliament, the Prime Minister said that measures to tackle climate change are no longer a constraint on economic growth

Self-driving electric shuttle bus hits the streets of Virginia

The shuttle promises to provide a green transit option for shoppers, businesses and visitors in the region

Switching 10% of world’s meat to plant-based food ‘could save 176m tonnes of CO2 by 2030’

Global consumption of meat reached 385 million tonnes in 2018, which translates to at least 1.7 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide emissions

Climate scientists ‘fly more than other researchers’

A new report suggests climate experts take about five flights per year, while non-climate researchers take four

BMW to supply retired EV batteries to build mobile charging stations

Old BMW and MINI EV batteries will have a second life being used in systems with a capacity of up to 180kWh