New smart energy switching tech could save customers £875 on their bills

The brand says shoppers who failed to switch were missing out on collective potential savings of £328 million a year

Smart homes ‘could help halve carbon emissions and energy bills’

Researchers say the mass adoption of solar, battery storage, intelligent controls and other smart energy technologies in the home could unlock a range of significant positive impacts

EU Bank injects €1bn into innovative low carbon technologies

The funding will support breakthrough technologies in the fields of renewable energy, energy-intensive industries, energy storage and carbon capture

Australia has already hit 80% of its yearly emissions target

The country has saved 430 million tonnes of carbon dioxide in 2020

Government pumps £140m into zero-emissions tech projects

A new zero-emissions water taxi project will benefit from the funding announced by BEIS

Drax helps launch new smart meters to help businesses gain greater control over energy use

The energy giant is working with the Data Communications Company, smart meter manufacturer EDMI and software company Utiligroup to develop new smart meters for business customers

Nabrawind to develop commercial modular blade technology for wind turbine manufacturer

The company has entered an agreement to develop, manufacture and test the technology

‘The number of EVs on the world’s roads could reach 10 million by 2020’

In a recent study, the IEA notes an increase in EV sales despite the Covid-19 pandemic

Tesla granted electricity generation licence in the UK

The electric car manufacturer and technology firm hopes to develop virtual power plants in the UK and in other countries using its ‘Autobidder’ real-time trading and control platform

Consortium plans Europe’s first commercial plant for hydrogen-based renewable aviation fuel

The ‘Power-to-Liquid’ facility in Norway could help cut carbon dioxide emissions by 250,000 tonnes annually