Jet Zero takes off with £15m competition to reduce aviation emissions

It will support UK companies as they pioneer new technologies to convert household rubbish, waste wood and excess electricity into sustainable aviation fuel

Grants, subsidies and incentives for commercial electric fleets

Thinking about going electric? We don’t blame you. Electric vehicles (EVs) are the future of driving and key to a zero-carbon future.

Fertilisers turned into ‘carbon-free’ shipping fuel

New partnership aims to establish ‘Europe’s first’ large-scale green ammonia project in Norway

Could the ‘first’ hydrogen firing of industrial boiler in Manchester hold the key to UK’s decarbonisation?

The ‘HyNet Industrial Fuel Switching’ programme aims to make the industry confident to make the switch from natural gas to hydrogen

5 Hidden Benefits of an Energy Efficient Home

It’s no secret that the climate change crisis is becoming more urgent every day.

Australia announces immediate support for refineries to tackle Covid-19 shocks

The government will bring forward production payments to support the country’s oil refineries

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Aviation bosses urge Boris Johnson to help the sector play a key role in UK’s green recovery

Members of the UK’s Sustainable Aviation coalition penned the letter to the Prime Minister to reaffirm the industry’s commitment to achieving net zero by 2050 and call for additional support

Green distilleries competition opens for spirited applicants

The initiative aims to support the decarbonisation of the spirits industry through the development of low carbon fuel-switching or fuel-switch-enabling technologies

US seizes four Iranian fuel tankers bound for Venezuela

According to the Department of Justice, it is the government’s largest ever seizure of fuel shipments from Iran, with a total of around 1.116m barrels of petroleum

Where does Opus Energy’s energy come from?

Opus Energy is one of the leading business energy suppliers in the UK, supplying more than 350,000 customers across the country with competitively priced gas and electricity. But where does their energy come from?