Equinor gets green light for third phase of Troll gas field

It intends to boost output and extend the lifetime of the field beyond 2050

US insurers ‘betraying public’ with continued coal investment

None of the nation’s nine leading insurers assessed in a new report have taken significant action

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Europe ‘powers towards decarbonisation by 2045’

A new study from Eurelectric suggests total decarbonisation costs are likely to be lower than expected

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Major businesses call for easier access to renewable energy

Companies, including Amazon, Facebook, Google and Nike, have signalled their willingness to do more to tackle climate change

Oil, gas majors spending 1.3% of investment on green energy

New research suggests European firms are investing more on low carbon energy compared to their rivals in the US and Asia

Tesla rival Nikola Motor unveils hydrogen-powered truck

It will be aimed at the European market and is expected to start production in 2022/23

Finland to lead EU battery recycling research

It will cover the whole process starting from their collection and processing

Europe’s largest tidal energy project to make a splash in 2021

A new joint venture has been created to deliver the project off the coast of France

Complications for power imports with no deal Brexit

If the UK leaves the EU without an exit agreement, European energy law will no longer apply

Sustainability ‘must be embedded in battery design’

A report drawn up by UWE suggests the environmental footprint of the emerging technology must be reduced