Sustainability: Is your business worthy of a royal seal of approval?

Businesses must show they have achieved ‘outstanding’ sustainable development for more than two years when entering the Queen’s Awards

Lightsource BP launches hunt for UK’s shiniest grass… but why?

Hint: It’s got something to do with double-sided solar panels…

Unilever launches refillable bottles to make cleaning products even cleaner

The consumer goods giant’s new ‘ecorefill’ bottles aim to change how packaging is made, distributed, used and disposed of

Businesses offered £4m for innovative clean energy projects

The first round of the competition closes on 14th August 2019

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – The Wright Commission Awards

The Wright Commission is a competition to highlight new, exciting and innovative ideas in the energy management space

Young inventors offered share of £1m to tackle air pollution and climate change

They are being encouraged to build prototypes that uses AI and data to help the UK become greener and clean up transport among others

IEA: UK must scale up clean energy investment in transport and heat

It welcomed reforms that aim to promote decarbonisation and innovation in clean energy technologies but said there is ‘significant potential’ for improvements outside the UK power sector

Got an innovative idea to protect the power grid from climate impacts?

The solutions must use technologies such as analytics, big data and drones

Krzysztof Pikoń
Talking Energy: Krzysztof Pikoń – InnoEnergy

ELN News Editor Jonny Bairstow talks to Krzysztof Pikoń from InnoEnergy about increasing the knoweldge and skills in the energy industry.

Krzysztof Pikoń
Energy sector ‘needs not only the right knowledge, but also the right skills’

That’s according to InnoEnergy’s Energy Transition Programme Director Krzysztof Pikoń, who spoke to ELN in a new podcast about the challenges and opportunities posed by the ever-changing industry