‘Majority of smart meters being deployed are now SMETS2’

More than four million SMETS2 meters have now been installed, according to the Data Communications Company

Is business leading the net-zero agenda?

The UK energy and sustainability agenda is rapidly changing, and with it the role of energy and sustainability professionals. The commitment to deliver net zero emissions has certainly presented a new challenge to navigate, and a new mandate to bring about change.

Climate change news coverage up 68% in US during 2019

Although news coverage increased from 142 minutes to 238 minutes, it still made up only 0.7% of overall broadcasts, according to a new study

Moldova’s city of Balti granted €1.2m to roll out green buses

The new trolleybuses will operate on electricity to address the environmental challenges of the city

Good Energy tells staff to strike with Greta Thunberg

The employees have been told they do not need to book time off in order to join the youth strike in Bristol

BA vows to ditch 250 million in-flight plastic items this year

The airline has pledged to get rid of 700 tonnes of single-use plastic from flights by the end of 2020

Plastic bag charge raises £2m for green projects in Northern Ireland

Up to 24 organisations will share the £2m grant generated from the carrier bag levy

Heineken almost halves carbon emissions since 2008

Heineken has achieved further progress against its green goals for carbon emissions, clean energy, and water consumption

New emission-saving measures take off at Stansted Airport

The airport is investing in new EV chargers, a dockless cycle scheme and public transport upgrades to help reduce the volume of emissions it generates

Britvic signs £400m sustainability-linked loan

The agreement links the soft drink producer’s progress towards its 2025 sustainability targets to the cost of the debt facility, meaning the loan becomes cheaper the better it performs