Guest Blog: Ashley Phillips – Bold strategy – the key to green transformation

In the UK, businesses are aware of the need to focus on carbon reduction, to achieve the UK’s legally binding net zero by 2050.

Bristol Council seeks partner to deliver £1bn investment for carbon neutral city

The Bristol City Leap project, run in partnership with Bristol Energy, will establish a joint venture with an organisation or group of companies to support the delivery of its ambition

Guest Blog: Stuart Reid – Rapidly evolving energy world turns up the heat on business climate action

The recent wave of climate change activism and the UK Government’s commitment to a net zero future have increased the pressure on business and industry to decarbonise.

Government urged to fund local energy trials at universities

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers says demonstration projects will encourage innovation as well as help universities in meeting their own decarbonisation targets

Government seeks views on £250m fund to clean up steel sector

The Clean Steel Fund aims to help the industry move towards a decarbonisation pathway compatible with the 2050 net zero goal

Ofgem proposes ‘tough but fair’ approach to next DNO price control

The regulator emphasises the need for the price control to support decarbonisation

Guest Blog: Mark Westwood – Turning up the heat with greener gas

Heat currently accounts for 45% of the UK’s energy demand, most of which is fuelled by natural gas

National Grid buys renewables developer in $100m deal

The acquisition of Geronimo Energy was made through the grid operator’s non-regulated unit, National Grid Ventures

SSE calls on government to increase offshore wind cap

This year’s Contract for Difference (CfD) auction includes a capacity cap of 6GW for low carbon power

Centrica and SSE on the road to zero emission fleets by 2030

The owner of British Gas operates the third largest fleet in the country and SSE the seventh largest