Ford to scale up production of medical equipment in fight against coronavirus

The company plans to assemble more than 100,000 face shields per week and leverage its in-house 3D printing capability to produce components for use in personal protective equipment

German facility ‘to convert carbon dioxide from the air to solid carbon’

The facility will be ‘the world’s first container-scale plant of its kind’ to convert carbon dioxide from ambient air into ‘carbon black’ powder that can be used as a raw material for high-tech applications

Oxford postpones zero emission zone launch due to coronavirus

The decision was taken because the council ‘recognises businesses and residents need to focus all of their attention on managing the impacts from coronavirus’

Hertfordshire lights up streets with LED upgrades

The switch to LED street lighting is expected to eliminate almost 12,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide and save Hertfordshire’s taxpayers around £5m a year

EnBW builds ‘Germany’s largest independently-funded solar park’

The facility is expected to supply around 50,000 households with electricity, saving about 129,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year

Bradford to launch climate emergency plan and commit to green economy

It says the new climate strategy can potentially create 10,000 green jobs and reduce household bills

Coronavirus or Climate Change – which is more of a worry?

Energy Live News Reporter Dimitris Mavrokefalidis went down to Westminster last week to find out…

EU injects €1.4bn of funding into green projects across seven member states

Green infrastructure projects in Croatia, Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Spain will benefit from the EU funding

German carbon dioxide emissions ‘see biggest drop in decade’ in 2019

Germany cut its emissions by 6.3% last year, driven by a ‘plunge in coal-fired power generation’

UK’s first ‘Electric Avenue’ lands in Westminster

Sutherland Avenue has been fully converted to provide 24 new lamppost-based electric vehicle charging points