Scottish Government embarks on ‘green ports’ journey

The Scottish green port model aims to be an exemplar, adopting best practice which helps deliver net zero emissions and fair work principles

National Infrastructure Commission seeks evidence on carbon capture and storage technologies

It is inviting businesses, policymakers, scientists, academics, think tanks and investors to share their views on the potential of two technologies – direct air CCS and bioenergy with CCS

Could the ‘first’ hydrogen firing of industrial boiler in Manchester hold the key to UK’s decarbonisation?

The ‘HyNet Industrial Fuel Switching’ programme aims to make the industry confident to make the switch from natural gas to hydrogen

COP26 seeks to recruit an ‘army of local volunteers’

The volunteers are expected to support delegations with information on the conference venues, advice on how to move around the city and promote the best of what Glasgow has to offer

COP26 President: ‘2021 will be a very big year for climate and the UK’

Speaking at the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee earlier today, Alok Sharma said he wants COP26 to be the most inclusive COP ever

Utility Team is proud to announce net zero commitment for 2025

Delvin Lane, CEO of Utility Team, told us about the energy consultancy’s bold new plans to slash emissions

Almost 35% of renewable sector professionals ‘received pay rise in 2020’

A further 67% of renewables professionals are optimistic of a pay increase in 2021, according to a new report

Paving the way for businesses to start their net zero journey

Sean Langford from SmartestEnergy and Experienced Energy Solutions’ Craig Watson told ELN how sustainably-minded businesses can get started on going green

Energy reshuffle! Kwasi Kwarteng appointed new Business Secretary as Alok Sharma becomes full-time COP26 President

Anne-Marie Trevelyan becomes Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth

Fossil fuel divestment could be shifting finance into ‘pollution havens’

The University of Edinburgh Business School warns that some domestic banks in countries with strict environmental policies are simply shifting their fossil fuel spending abroad