‘Environmentally-friendly stocks offer better returns than polluting ones’

New research suggests there is a 30% lower chance of risk when investing in companies that fare better for the environment

New York to explore green hydrogen to meet decarbonisation goals

A hydrogen strategy study will be conducted to compile information and data, focusing on opportunities surrounding green hydrogen to align with existing mandates for 70% renewable electricity by 2030 and 100% zero emission power by 2040

Brits feel ‘left out of the loop on climate change’

A new study by National Grid has linked the British public’s pessimism towards a greener future to the lack of knowledge about the positive steps that have been taken to protect the environment

Fracking has had a ‘negative impact on public perception of climate technologies’

A new study has found that the reputation of emerging technologies in the fight against climate change has been tainted by the criticism of fracking

Government awards £7.1m contract to decarbonise glass sector

Glass Futures won the contract to carry out the study, which will investigate and recommend the most cost-effective and environmentally efficient way to clean up the glass industry’s emissions

Svante explores carbon capture tech for Chevron

The firm will evaluate the feasibility and design of a 10,000 tonne-per-year carbon capture unit for potential deployment in one of Chevron’s California facilities

Competition seeks new tech to reduce offshore crew transfer vessel emissions

The Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator is providing up to £100,000 to the winning technologies to support demonstration or development

Canada plugs in $212k for EV charging points

It is part of a demonstration project to study and encourage the uptake of EVs in Yukon and other cold climates

National Infrastructure Commission seeks views on improving utility regulation

The deadline for responses is 12th April 2019

Heat networks should be regulated, says competition watchdog

Its investigation found heat network customers are not getting the same levels of protection that gas and electricity customers receive