Self-driving vessels complete North Sea seabed survey trials

The technology identifies offshore renewable, CCS and oil and gas sites located under the seabed, removing the need for carbon-intensive exploration vessels

Thames Water leaves Star Trek past behind for net zero!

The company predicts that it will save enough energy to power 125 homes for a year by replacing a 40-year old control unit panel with an energy efficient alternative

Government offers £2m in new grants for green transport startups

Battery cooling and portable charging solutions are among the awarded projects

German renewables investor launches its carbon measurement business

AQ Green TeC aims to help businesses measure their emissions across their value chain accurately and credibly

‘Tech sector emissions to cut by 40% by 2030’

That’s the suggestion of a new report that claims technology advances could enable 8.5Gt of carbon savings by the end of the decade

Robots farm more sustainably than humans

A California-based company is developing an artificial intelligence solution to the carbon footprint of agriculture

Severn Trent to produce extra 95m litres of water with low carbon tech

The company will deploy water treatment technology designed to require fewer chemicals and use less energy compared to conventional techniques

Wooden flooring tech turns footsteps into electricity

ELN has talked with scientists who have invented a wooden floor that can produce energy to power LED lights

How could AI save puffins?

Energy company SSE has partnered with Microsoft to monitor puffin numbers around the Scottish coastline

New partnership promises to help EV fleet operators reach Net Zero Carbon Emissions more quickly

Two leading innovators in the energy world are joining forces to develop radical new products to help operators of Electric Vehicle (EV) fleets cut costs and reduce their carbon footprints.