EU approves €6.5bn German scheme to address carbon leakage risks

The measure will partially compensate energy-intensive firms by covering part of the higher fuel prices resulting from the German emissions trading system

Fresh $125k charges ahead for Canada’s Quinte Transit’s green fleet switch

The non-profit organisation, which provides public transport, will complete the necessary planning required to transition to a full fleet of zero-emission vehicles

Spain’s Repsol granted €575m to rollout solar and wind plants

The financing from the EU bank will enable the company to install projects with a capacity of 1.1GW

Low vote of confidence given to 90% of net zero pledges

Only the UK, New Zealand and EU managed to gain a high vote of confidence

UK’s first full-sized driverless buses introduced in Edinburgh

The fleet of five single-decker buses has a capacity to accommodate approximately 10,000 passenger journeys per week

‘Fossil fuel companies must cough up for the costs of climate change’

That’s according to 78% of Brits who think the financial responsibility lies with oil and gas giants

Government hosts first Net Zero Council

The council has been tasked with helping British industry cut its carbon emissions

British Gas offers money back if heat pumps aren’t up to scratch

The company has said that if heat pumps don’t heat homes as well as gas boilers, customers will be refunded

New emissions standard to boost EVs in Australia

It’s expected to cut the country’s carbon emissions by 10m tonnes by 2035

CCC: ‘NI must restore power-sharing government for net zero success’

Northern Ireland set the goal for net zero by 2050 last spring