African countries trying to develop are having more deaths from air pollution

A new study reveals that 1.1m Africans died from air pollution in 2019 and this has been a biproduct of these countries’ attempts to modernise

Gas storage project gets go ahead in light of energy crisis

The project will provide more than 25% of the UK’s storage capacity and make the country far more resilient to future supply issues

Jonathan Brearley

Chief Executive Officer, Ofgem

India to make up 35% of all new Asian midstream oil and gas projects by 2025

The country is set to have 118 new projects start, with the largest costing $1.4bn and spanning more than 2,700km in length

Dogger Bank Wind Farm appoints new Operations Director and Leader

The ‘world’s largest’ offshore wind farm will be able to generate around 5% of the UK’s electricity needs once in operation

Ecotricity boosts offer to Good Energy shareholders by 18% in takeover attempt

Good Energy has labelled the bid ‘hostile’ and claims it is an ‘unfit owner with an unsuitable plan’

WHO announces new global air quality guidelines

The organisation lowered its guideline levels for two air pollutants, fine particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide

Winning Net Zero Leaders at TELCA has been inspiring

Watch our interview with 2020 winners Schneider Electric

‘Robots hold the key to net zero’

A new report claims that by 2050 the robotics market in the energy sector will be worth £8.4bn and could become essential to the maintenance and success of key renewable systems

Unions: ‘Nuclear funding is critical to net zero success’

Three energy unions are calling for government to accelerate its new nuclear funding plan to help with the country’s net zero aims