Multi-million-pound hydrogen-powered furnace arrives in Liverpool

The furnace is believed to be the UK’s first refinery-based hydrogen-powered furnace

Hydrogen powers Unilever’s factory in the North West

It is believed to be the world’s first large-scale demonstration of 100% hydrogen-firing in a consumer goods factory

COP26 Live: Port authority allows Greenpeace ship to dock outside conference centre

Initially, the river port authority refused to give permission to the ship to berth at the venue where the COP26 is taking place

Big energy firm stops business air travel as part of net zero drive

Domestic flying has become a thing of the past for ScottishPower workers

CUP26 – a football tournament for climate change

Supported by 49 Premier League and EFL clubs, the competition has been launched to help encourage fans to pick up more sustainable habits

Lighter transport for Liverpudlians?

The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has appointed the supplier to deliver a new zero-emission hydrogen bus fleet

Liverpool to produce glass using hydrogen in world first

The trial aims to demonstrate how hydrogen can provide a feasible solution to clean up energy intensive industries

Which Premier League team emits the most carbon?

A new report has collated the data of the distances travelled by last season’s teams and calculated the emissions this has produced in the past five years – who comes out on top?

Fatberg the size of 25 elephants stomped out

The 200-tonne mass is estimated to have occupied 250 metres of a central Liverpool sewer

‘A quarter of Brits consider switching to an alternatively-fuelled vehicle’

More than two-fifths have spent less than £10 during the past month, whilst almost a third admitted they’ve not needed to spend any money filling their vehicles with fuel, according to a survey