Energy UK’s Emma Pinchbeck on ELN: “Energy crisis is an unusual black swan event”

Energy UK’s Chief Executive said that the crisis exposed the real vulnerability of the UK’s retail industry

‘Single bitcoin transaction creates same e-waste as that of two iPhones binned’

That’s the suggestion by Alex de Vries, Economist and Data Scientist who spoke to ELN about his new research on the mountains of electronic waste produced by cryptocurrency mining

Kwasi Kwarteng in the House of Commons: “No throwback to 1970s, no three-day working weeks”

The Secretary of State made a statement to the House on the subject of global gas price hikes and said protecting consumers is the government’s primary focus

How could dance slash Glasgow nightclub’s emissions?

Andrew Fleming-Brown, Managing Director of the arts venue SWG3 spoke to ELN about the project that will capture body heat from customers before storing it into boreholes installed across the venue

‘Oil companies must plan major production drop by 2030s to meet 1.5°C’

ELN spoke to Axel Dalman, Carbon Tracker Associate Analyst, about the findings of the latest report of the financial think tank

How green is blue hydrogen?

Cornell University Professor Dr Robert Howarth spoke to ELN about the dangers of blue hydrogen

Energy is converging not diverging says new boss of EI

Nick Wayth the new CEO of the Energy Institute spoke to ELN about his aspirations for the energy sector and the famous institution

What impact will E10 have on transport and drivers?

E10 has rolled out across Britain’s forecourts but how green it is and what will it cost drivers?

Extinction Rebellion’s ‘Blood Money’ march hits City of London

Central London’s big banks and giant financial organisations became a target of today’s protest

‘Eternally charged’ smartwatches to become real with nuclear waste-powered battery

The NDB Technology team behind the battery that could allegedly last up to 28,000 years spoke to ELN about the new application of their technology