Austria to equip one million homes with solar panels by 2030

The nation’s first Conservative-Green coalition government also committed to reaching net zero by 2040

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‘Regulation needed to put UK’s heating on path to net-zero by 2050’

That’s the verdict from the Sustainable Energy Association, which has published a new report proposing a carbon intensity regulation should be implemented

First commercial electric plane test is a flying success

Harbour Air and magniX worked together to create the ePlane, a six-passenger DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver retrofitted with a 560kW ‘magni500’ propulsion system

New York State smashes 2GW solar milestone

The New York Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced the milestone, noting it underscores the region’s position as ‘one of the fastest-growing distributed solar markets in the nation’

African and South American sustainability ‘leaps and bounds ahead of EU’

The report notes while many EU countries are struggling to reach their 32% renewable energy usage target by 2030, nations such as Paraguay and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are already producing 100% renewable energy

GE Renewable Energy to supply turbines for 143MW Swedish wind farm

The Blåbergsliden wind farm is expected to generate enough energy for over 135,000 homes and save more than 13,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions every year

ABB provides tech for mountainous floating solar plant

The project on the Lac des Toules is predicted to produce more than 800,000 kWh of electricity per year and supply up to 220 homes in the region

Hydrogen bus system arrives in French city of Pau

The eight gas-powered buses that have entered operation produce no greenhouse gas emissions or air pollution

Pernod Ricard shows sustainable spirit and joins RE100

The producer of Australian wine brands Jacob’s Creek, St Hugo and Wyndham Estate has pledged to move towards 100% renewable electricity in its production sites and administrative offices by 2025