Tesla’s Elon Musk sells 10% of his share after Twitter poll

Tesla Chief Executive sold around £3.7 billion of shares in the electric car manufacturer

Squid Game is ‘nearly ten times more discussed topic than COP26’

Boris Johnson has more than 20 times more COP26 related online mentions than Greta Thunberg, according to new research

YouTube alleged to be world’s ‘highest emitting website’

A new study revealed the websites across the net that produce the highest number of carbon emissions, with YouTube topping the list

Bots ‘write 25% of all climate change tweets’

A new survey analysed 6.5 million tweets during the period US President Donald Trump announced his intention to ditch the Paris Climate Agreement

The #TrashTag challenge, cleaning up rubbish near you!

A new viral challenge has hit the web and it looks like it’s actually having a very positive effect on the real world

Facebook and Twitter powering up energy firms?

An increasing number of consumers are turning to social media first to voice their complaints or flaunt a product – and it seems energy companies are increasing their presence on the web too. New research has revealed UK power providers are taking to Facebook and Twitter to engage with their customers. British Gas has been […]

Energised tweeters at #EL2015

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Happy tweeters at #EL2014

We’ll be bringing you plenty of the best tips and exclusive speeches from yesterday’s Energy Live 2014 at the Barbican – but to get the ball rolling, here’s a few thoughts on the day from some top tweeters!

‘Make our tweets green’, Twitter told

Twitter is being urged to follow in the footsteps of other internet giants by using 100% renewable energy to power its data centres. Activists from Greenpeace protested outside Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco this week as part of its campaign to pressure the company in “making our tweets green”. Its latest report ‘Clicking Clean: How […]

npower’s Wayne Mitchell’s blog

The changing face of news If you were playing one of those word association games and someone said ‘news’ to you, what would you immediately think of? ‘Paper’ is what comes to my mind. But that’s probably me showing my age. Today’s internet-loving consumers are far more likely to say Twitter (230 million regular active […]