Earth’s interior ‘swallowing up’ more carbon than previously thought, say scientists

They found the carbon drawn into the Earth’s interior where the tectonic plates collide tends to stay locked away at depth, rather than resurfacing in the form of volcanic emissions

Future optimism on energy supply and prices, while costs of a transition bears down on energy buyers for now

In this week’s European energy market podcast we talk to Alfa’s Dr Puskarova about renewable energy cost increases, a single European market for energy, and why prices will remain high for the time being

First round of £50m scheme for peatland restoration launched

Peatlands play a vital role in trapping carbon and provide wider benefits such as improved ecosystems and biodiversity, better water quality and natural flood management

How heat pumps can decarbonise the UK while helping your business

We’ve already seen the decarbonisation of power generation, and the decarbonisation of transport is really gathering pace.

Half of NHS trusts charged up for a low carbon future

New figures have found that 51% of NHS trusts have installed EV charging infrastructure on their sites

Webinar: Carbon Reporting and Energy Project Development using Microsoft Office 365

In case you missed this live webinar, you can catch up here.

Canada launches new Collaboration Centre for Clean Energy Transition

Researchers will work towards developing innovations in hydrogen and carbon technologies across the value chain of clean energy development

‘UK banks responsible for 805m tonnes of emissions in 2019’

A new report claims that banks and investors have financed close to double the carbon emissions of the whole UK

UK Emissions Trading System Auction Sees Significant Premium to EU ETS – What does that mean for energy prices?

Yes, the week of the first auction for the UK Emissions Trading System sees it trading at a significant premium to the EU ETS. Discover what this means for UK energy buyers and listen to the Alfa Energy Group Resonance Podcast.

Climate change: Thousands of trees planted to reduce flood risk in Leeds

The project aims to store and slow the flow of flood water after heavy rain, create new habitats and store carbon, making the city more resilient to climate change