Guest Blog: Mark Tarry – The new baseload: renewables + flexibility

The UK has placed itself on a low carbon trajectory, with legally binding climate change targets to reduce greenhouse gases by 80% by 2050.

Tesco goes green for good

Tesco will switch to running its entire business on green energy by 2030. The supermarket giant said it will run all UK stores on renewable sources by the end of this year and plans to roll out the conversion to its entire global empire of stores and distribution centres. Kene Umeasiegbu, Head of Climate Change […]

UK-China ink £100m low carbon vehicle deals

Low carbon partnerships between the UK and China worth £100 million have been announced. The news comes as Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is also expected to sign a nuclear deal later today, is in the UK for a four-day State Visit. Aston Martin has unveiled a £50 million project with China Equity to develop […]

No trucking way! Frozen air to power commercial van

The power of frozen air is to be harnessed in trucks – in an engine containing liquid nitrogen. Last week its developers won a grant from the Technology Strategy Board, the UK’s innovation agency, to build and test their liquid air engine fitted in a commercial vehicle. A group made up of the Dearman Engine […]