Energy bills ‘could jump by 16% with hydrogen blend’

Blending 20% hydrogen into the gas grid could see industrial customers’ energy bills surge 24%, according to new research

Price cap and cheapest energy deals getting closer

New research found that the difference between the current price cap and the cheapest deals is just £2 per year

Poorest countries ‘lag behind in clean energy investment’

Nearly $67 billion less was invested into clean energy in emerging markets, new report suggests

Researchers call IEA to free its data from costly paywalls

Scientists urged the IEA to remove paywalls from its data to help global scientific research on energy transition

Could bacteria mean sustainable mining?

Researchers are investigating whether bacteria could extract the elements needed for computers, EVs and mobile phones – all powered by sugar…

COP26: Is fusion energy the future of the low carbon world?

Scientists and engineers will speak later today at the conference to world leaders, persuading them of the power fusion energy can provide in the net zero transition – but what is it?

Kew Gardens collection digitised to combat climate change

The government will invest £15m to make the world’s largest collection of plant and fungal specimens available anywhere in the world for free

Net zero in manufacturing: Who’s in charge?

Recent research by Drax looked at how UK manufacturing bodies are reaching net zero carbon emissions

Net zero emissions: Scientists to turn research into real-world solutions and technologies

Projects include monitoring woodlands using drones, exploring molten salt fast reactors and capturing carbon and injecting it into underground rocks

Digital solutions sought to reduce energy demand and carbon production

Funding worth £400,000 is being offered for research projects to explore the role of digital technologies in supporting a data-enabled net zero transition