Government urged to fund local energy trials at universities

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers says demonstration projects will encourage innovation as well as help universities in meeting their own decarbonisation targets

Engineering sector calls on government to develop clean energy technologies

It claims this, along with a range of other measures, is essential to helping secure the UK’s future economy and society

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – UK retailers put innovation in the spotlight

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

India declares ocean power as renewable energy

Projects including tidal and wave will now be eligible for the non-solar Renewable Purchase Obligation scheme

BEIS and Ofgem seek views on future energy retail market vision

They are considering ways to make regulation ‘more flexible’ so they can adapt to change more quickly

Scotland’s businesses, local authorities and public bodies ‘must go green’

SP Energy Networks has revealed major plans to support a low carbon economy across the country and ensure it hits net-zero targets in the future

Carbon dioxide-sucking machines could cut climate costs… but there’s a catch

Scientists say the use of direct air capture could need as much as a quarter of global energy supplies in 2100

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