British Gas Energy Trust seeks a new provider

The charity provides financial help with fuel bills to individuals and families and has established a funding programme for 17 advice organisations.

Qantas Group aims high with 2050 net zero goal

It has pledged to invest around $50m over 10 years to support the development of a sustainable aviation fuel industry in Australia and abroad

Whistleblower claims British Airways guilty of ‘fuel tankering’ practice

Fuel tankering involves adding extra fuel to planes to save on refuelling costs, resulting in increased weight and higher emissions

CNG stocking up on manure to produce ‘first net zero fuel for HGVs’

The firm plans to offer carbon-neutral biomethane to businesses from 2021

Asia and pacific region ‘must clean up energy to reach global decarbonisation’

A new REN21 report suggests the deployment of renewables in the area continues to lag behind that of traditional energy sources

Seaweed plaguing Mexico’s beaches ‘could provide energy opportunity’

University of Exeter scientists say Sargassum seaweed can be turned into biofuel and high-quality, low-cost fertiliser through a process called hydrothermal liquefaction

World’s first self-sufficient hydrogen ship gases into London

Already 18,000 miles into its six-year-long journey around the globe, the zero-emission Energy Observer is being moored by Tower Bridge for 10 days to celebrate the end of the European leg of its voyage

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Could US carbon capture project promise negative-emission fuels?

A new project in Mississippi suggests the answer is yes – it will convert waste woody biomass into diesel and aviation fuel while capturing any emissions released during the process

Middle East tensions remain high after drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities

The attacks early on Saturday morning knocked 5% off the world’s total oil supply

Major milestone for Sellafield as final fuel leaves nuclear plant

The Calder Hall nuclear power station is empty of fuel for the first time since the 1950s