EU greenlights €209m Hungarian aid for SK on Hungary’s EV battery plant

The plant will have an annual capacity of 30 GWh and is expected to create at least 1,900 direct jobs

US announces $150m to cut emissions from energy tech and manufacturing

It will support topics in basic chemical and materials research, including new clean energy approaches, which are expected to help towards the development of solar and nuclear energy technologies, energy storage, carbon capture and novel manufacturing processes

European emissions rose in third quarter of 2021

Electricity supply and manufacturing sectors were responsible for a quarter of emissions for the period, Eurostat said

Teesside prepares for ‘world’s largest’ offshore wind monopile factory

The £200m facility is predicted to create 750 jobs

UK council to trial plant-based ‘street furniture’

Hampshire County Council will install bio polymer bollards made from sugar cane

Bentley to build first EV in the UK

It has committed £2.5bn to sustainability during the next decade

Britishvolt announces major partnership to rev up battery gigafactory plans

The partnership with the UK Battery Industrialisation Centre will see the development, assembly and manufacture of Britishvolt’s next generation sample cells for mass production and commercialisation

Electricity prices are a barrier to decarbonisation, UK steel industry says

UK steel manufacturers currently pay 61% more for electricity than their competitors in Germany and 51% more than in France, new report finds

Ford aims to be second largest EV maker worldwide in two years

The manufacturer is looking to produce 600,000 each year

How data is helping manufacturers to “act now” with their net zero strategies

If you were to chart direct industrial emissions by each sector on a heat map, manufacturing would be red hot.