Hackers attack wind turbine manufacturer Vestas

The wind turbine giant was forced to shut down its IT systems across various business units

Supermarket fridge doors could save nearly 1% of UK electricity use

By adding fridge doors supermarkets could slash their electricity bills by nearly 33%, new research estimates

Government considers putting carbon border tax on imports

The levy will reportedly aim to limit products from countries that have not implemented measures to reduce their carbon emissions

‘UK should double onshore wind to take bill pressure off customers’

The target could deliver a saving of £16.3 billion by 2030, RenewableUK suggests

Industry urges government to take urgent action against spiralling energy prices

The group proposes tariff discounts and other winter cost containment measures to ensure that energy intensive industries continue to operate this winter

Hydrogen revolution ‘could create 25k green jobs in Britain in the next ten years’

Britain’s industrial clusters, including the Humber and Teesside, could become home to around 17,000 new jobs, according to a new report

Scotland to launch ‘first’ biomethane refuelling station for lorries

Located near Glasgow, the station will refuel up to 450 lorries a day when it opens in November

Nuclear power: Welsh Government signs MoU with Sizewell C Consortium

It could potentially see an investment of up to £900m in the Welsh nuclear supply chain and the creation of up to 4,700 jobs

Jaguar Land Rover invests in blockchain tech firm

The luxury car manufacturer intends to use blockchain to trace sustainable supply chain

Crown Estate seeks input on achieving 1GW of floating offshore wind by 2030

It is currently inviting views on the scale of the opportunity for floating wind in the UK and the likely pipeline of projects between now and 2030