Beyond COVID-19, we need a vision to reach net zero emissions

By Marc Bradbrook, Commercial and Energy Services Director, Haven Power

‘More then 350,000 UK homes will be fitted with EV chargers by 2025’

The projected one million EVs registrations by 2025 are forecast to bring an inevitable spike in the number of home chargers, according to a report

Gemserv: ‘If we don’t deliver net zero we are looking at a fundamentally different world’

That’s the suggestion from Alex Goody, CEO of Gemserv, who spoke to future Net Zero about the journey towards 2050

Ørsted expands photovoltaic footprint with new solar farm in Alabama

The new 227MW project is currently under construction and is expected to be operational in the summer of 2021

New South Wales lights up massive ‘renewables zone’ to power 3.5m homes

New England is expected to attract AUD$12.7 billion in investment and support thousands of jobs

Energy firms react against Ofgem’s proposals for the next network price control

Energy companies including National Grid, ScottishPower and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission have raised concerns about the regulator’s draft determination

‘Lockdown made nearly half of Britons re-evaluate how sustainable their lives are’

Around 42% of the British public admit they have been more aware of the amount of electricity they use in their home, according to a new survey

Iberdrola bags €800m to build renewable projects in rural areas of Spain

The new facilities are expected to provide clean energy output equal to the annual energy use of almost one million households

‘The Green Homes scheme is essential to locking in quality rather than just quantity’

The National Insulation Association welcomes the £3bn plan announced by the Chancellor and believes it could have a ‘huge impact’ on reducing emissions from existing homes

‘UK has lost green areas as large as Suffolk and Sussex combined over last 25 years’

Kent, Essex and West Yorkshire were the top three counties which saw the highest urban increase, while Argyll & Bute, Sutherland and Inverness in Scotland gained the largest area of woodland