Nearly 85% of children are ‘concerned about air pollution’

Nearly half of parents don’t feel confident that they can understand what they can do to help fight against air pollution

‘Europe’s largest’ PEM green hydrogen electrolyser switched on

Royal Dutch Shell has launched the project at its German refinery

Could AI hold the key to hydrogen storage challenges?

A hydrogen plant in Orkney aims to show how AI can produce hydrogen in a more cost-efficient way

Uniper to make green hydrogen at Dutch port

The project will be built at an existing facility in the port of Rotterdam by 2025

Sweden moves one step closer to green steel

Energy firm Vattenfall, steel company SSAB and mining group LKAB are working on a project which aims to deliver the ‘world’s first’ fossil-free iron ore pellets

National Grid secures $743m green loan for 760km undersea electricity cable project

The wire will connect Bicker Fen in Lincolnshire and South Jutland in Denmark and will enable the systems to share enough clean energy to power 1.4 million UK homes

Port of Tyne to become base for ‘world’s largest offshore wind project’

The new multi-million-pound facility will be the onshore base for the Dogger Bank wind farm, which is expected to provide renewable electricity for more than 4.5 million UK homes when it is fully operational

‘Food made out of thin air and renewable electricity can fix many of today’s problems’

That’s the suggestion from Pasi Vainikka, Co-Founder and CEO of Solar Foods who spoke to ELN about the pioneering discovery of a protein produced from CO2 using clean power

Total awarded 135MW of solar projects in France

The two solar plants are expected to generate renewable electricity to nearly 50,000 people

Bulb signs pledge to support UK businesses through Covid-19 crisis

It claims to be the ‘first’ renewable energy supplier to join the group, which is working to support vulnerable communities