Orkney’s wind project gets go-ahead with Ofgem’s transmission link approval

The project in Orkney Islands comprises three six-turbine community wind farms

LED-ing the charge: Over 50% of London’s bus shelters now LED

The move has resulted in 57% less energy consumption and 10% brighter lighting, according to TfL

How British Gas supported a business within the hospitality industry

Working with British Gas, a luxury hotel business keeps guests warm and happy, while moving towards its net zero goal

UK looking at how much carbon can be stored in seabed by 2035

Developers of CCUS projects have been invited to submit their views on market challenges in carbon storage

Ban on gas boilers should come forward to 2033, says climate tsar

Net zero architect Chris Skidmore has said the UK has fallen behind in the delivery of net zero and has called for a “rooftop solar revolution”

Are supermarkets doing enough to support EV drivers?

The UK’s electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure network continues to grow and evolve to meet the needs of EV drivers

The Carbon Column – Can gas be green?

In this post I discuss green gas, an alternative fuel to natural gas

FOUR-ward approach on sustainability and for helping customers, bags string of environment awards for water retailer Water Plus

Water retailer Water Plus has been recognised with four international environment awards for its leading work helping organisations to increase water efficiency and lower impacts on the environment

Government won’t pursue appeal against High Court net zero ruling

The High Court had previously ruled that the government’s plan did not sufficiently detail how it would meet its emissions targets

The Carbon Column – More sustainable ‘Porn Stars’

In this article I share a story from Revolution Bars and how they reduced carbon of one of their best sellers