Government’s Environment Bill ‘not fit for purpose’

The Environmental Audit Committee has requested that a number of areas of the bill be reconsidered

EDF to supply London’s new theme park with renewable power

It claims the move will enable the London Resort to become one of the most sustainable major theme park destinations in the world once it opens in 2024

EU approves UK oil major BP’s joint venture with China’s CNAF

The company will be active in the supply of aviation fuel in China

Coventry Hospitals hope to heal energy spend by £1.6m a year

Modern energy generation equipment is being installed at University Hospital and the Hospital of St Gross as part of a scheme worth £6m

Driving the electric revolution: £30m offered for regional centres of excellence

Applicants must register by 27th November 2019

New £25m car scrappage scheme for low income Londoners

Drivers can get up to £2,000 for scrapping older and more polluting cars or motorcycles for cleaner ones

Energy Live Expo 2019: Podcast with TfL’s Alex Gilbert

A representative from TfL will be speaking at the event on 5th November at the QEII Centre in London

Ofgem rejects SSEN’s £709m Shetland power link

The approval was based on the Viking Energy Wind Farm securing subsidies through the UK Government’s Contracts for Difference auction last month

Two firms win £1m to develop digital waste tracking tech

The project aims to help tackle waste crime in Britain as well as prevent illegal waste being shipped abroad

Is fracking slacking?

A new report by the National Audit Office suggests progress in establishing a shale gas industry in England has been slower than the government planned