Need the loo? It’s occupied by a moo!

A new study reveals that if 80% of cows were potty-trained, it could cut ammonia emissions by up to 50%

The American family farm that powers up to 300 homes – using the Sun!

A regular farm bought in the 1970s has now become the largest solar powered site of its kind in the United States

‘EV batteries wrongly deemed unreliable by 99%’

A new study claims that almost all UK drivers believe EV batteries are the cause of breakdowns but this is a myth that needs debunking

EBRD boosts Egyptian energy efficiency with $25m loan

The funding will benefit egyptian SMEs and households that want to invest in green projects

‘UK is nowhere near reaching net zero by 2050’

A new report suggests governmental net zero aims and the policies themselves could not be further apart

‘UK’s first’ hydrogen blended gas hailed a success

Nearly 100 homes received the blended gas for 18 months with residents reporting positive results from their experience

Oxford’s Zero Emission Zone to launch in February

Any vehicles that are not zero-emission and are travelling within the zone between 7am and 7pm could be charged up to £20

UKAEA outlines roadmap to accelerate development of fusion power plants

The UK Atomic Energy Authority has identified five priorities on work for necessary component materials

Welsh Government and Ford plug in £1.8m for low carbon vehicle innovation

The Ford Low Carbon Vehicle Transition Fund seeks to address strategic industrial technical challenges associated with low carbon vehicles and encourage businesses to move beyond manufacturing internal combustion engines

Renewable hydrogen produced from wind in ‘world first’

A French company claims to have produced more than 600kg of renewable hydrogen using an electrolyser powered by a wind turbine