Solar farm lights up London’s landmarks

Santander UK has provided £25 million funding to a solar project, which is predicted to power over half of the City of London Corporation’s electricity needs

National Grid builds new London substation

The project is expected to help balance voltage on the network

Ofgem workers on strike “struggle to pay electricity bills”

PCS union members at Ofgem are finishing their four days’ strike action over pay, pensions, redundancy payments and job security

LED-ing the charge: Over 50% of London’s bus shelters now LED

The move has resulted in 57% less energy consumption and 10% brighter lighting, according to TfL

Air we go again! Sadiq Khan braces for High Court battle over ULEZ expansion

London’s Mayor is determined to implement his ultra-low emission zone plans despite a legal challenge being given the go-ahead to proceed

Digging deeper: UK unveils digital map of underground cables

A digital map that promises to transform the management of buried infrastructure in the UK has been launched

Solar panel firm suspended as London customers cautioned about deposits

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has pledged to protect customers and prevent any losses resulting from Green Energy Together UK’s inability to deliver

ULEZ cameras covered by bags and boxes in revenge attack!

Drivers in London have reportedly covered cameras used to enforce the Ultra Low Emission Zone in retaliation against the scheme

Cycling tsar punched in face by biker at zebra crossing

Deputy London mayor for Transport Seb Dance was allegedly punched by a cyclist for confronting them about failing to stop at a pedestrian crossing

UK farming blamed for ‘more than a quarter of particle pollution in cities’

London, Birmingham and Leicester are hit by particle pollution created more from agriculture than other sources from the cities themselves, according to a new research