New joint venture to provide circular solution to ‘millions tonnes of e-mobility waste’

Aceleron and Eco Charger have launched a new venture to provide circular-economy-ready batteries

Manchester poised to ‘halve CO2 emissions by 2025’

A new five-year climate change plan aims to help the city become zero carbon by 2038

New battery, heat pumps and green hydrogen ‘can decarbonise industry by 2030’

That’s the suggestion from DNV GL, which forecasts the three “breakthrough technologies” could slash emissions from the energy, transport and heating sectors over the next decade.

Government awards £7.1m contract to decarbonise glass sector

Glass Futures won the contract to carry out the study, which will investigate and recommend the most cost-effective and environmentally efficient way to clean up the glass industry’s emissions

UK’s renewable adoption rate ‘has driven fastest decarbonisation in world’

An independent analysis by academics from Imperial College London says the power sector’s emissions fell from 161 million tonnes in 2010 to 54 million metric tonnes in 2019 as a result of clean electricity

Reaching net zero ‘needs to be driven by existing technologies’

That’s the suggestion from UK Fires, which says it is too risky and slow to wait for breakthrough technologies to deliver future emissions reductions

Lundin Petroleum aims to become carbon neutral by 2030

It has also proposed to replace ‘Petroleum’ with ‘Energy in its name

Ofgem sets out planned pathway for UK decarbonisation

The energy regulator has set out a series of actions to take in order to ensure energy networks are ready to support the transition to a clean economy

GridBeyond closes £9m transaction to support company growth plans

GridBeyond, the leading intelligent energy & smart grid platform provider for distributed energy resource management, has successfully concluded its Series B financing round

Shipping sector ‘needs more than $1tn of new investment to hit 2050 targets’

A new report from University Maritime Advisory Services, conducted on behalf of the non-profit Getting to Zero Coalition, suggests reaching full decarbonisation by 2050 could cost as much as $1.9 trillion