Government’s green investments in developing countries help slash 30m tonnes of emissions

Since 2011, the UK has offered £2.2 billion of finance to fight climate change and installed 2000MW of clean energy capacity, according to Defra’s report

Chevron invests in nuclear fusion startup

Zap Energy aims to develop a modular nuclear reactor to generate cost-effective and commercially scalable fusion

EU emissions slashed by quarter since 1990 says report

The EU’s contribution to global emissions is estimated to have decreased from 15% to 8%, according to a new report

Serbia’s new €370m waste-to-energy project reaches financial close despite pandemic

The 103MW waste-to-energy facility will have capacity for a volume of approximately 340,000 tonnes of household waste every year

Wärtsilä and Uniper to build 105MW combined heat and power plant in Germany

The facility, which will replace an existing coal-fired power plant will supply heat to Bremen’s district heating network and feed electricity into the grid

OGA: ‘Oil and gas operators must move faster towards net zero or risk losing social licence’

The new strategy sets out priorities to support the oil and gas industry in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, developing carbon capture and storage and implementing hydrogen projects

ENGIE joins project to decarbonise bio-refinery in Rotterdam with renewable hydrogen

The project is regarded as the ‘first multi-megawatt high-temperature electrolyser’

UK slashes CO2 emissions by 41% since 1990

This has been driven by a shift away from coal and growth in the use of renewable energy sources, among other factors

German carbon dioxide emissions ‘see biggest drop in decade’ in 2019

Germany cut its emissions by 6.3% last year, driven by a ‘plunge in coal-fired power generation’

EU member states call for urgent 2030 climate plan ahead of COP26

The letter, addressed to the EU’s Climate Chief, Frans Timmermans, says discussions between member countries on the EU’s final 2030 target need to begin in June by the latest