Port of Sunderland to host ‘UK’s greenest’ waste tire recycling plant

Wastefront AS Chief Executive Officer Vianney Valès spoke to ELN about the company’s plans to build the circular facility

Synchronous condensers are key to enabling renewable growth – but what are they?

We spoke to Kristina Carlquist, General Manager within ABB’s Synchronous Condensers unit, to find out

Could bacteria eat e-waste? Talk about grabbing a byte to eat…

Coventry University’s Professor of Bio-innovation and Enterprise, Sebastien Farnaud, has talked to ELN about a sustainable way to recover precious materials from e-waste using bacteria

What’s the most powerful solar farm in the world?

This week, ELN’s new series of films, Top 5, is looking at the world’s most powerful solar power plants

Biodiversity boost with a mule kick!

Rescued donkeys in Devon will walk over sown catchfly seeds to boost the wildflower’s germination rate

‘Ofgem’s new reforms allow microbusiness customers to get better deals’

Anna Rossington, Ofgem’s Interim Director of Retail spoke to ELN about the regulator’s new reforms which are designed to tackle poor practices by energy brokers

‘Adults are not doing enough for air pollution’, Brit kids say

More than 40% of British children don’t agree that the maximum action is being taken to ensure the air they breathe is clean

What’s the most powerful offshore wind farm in the UK?

This week our new series ELN Top 5 explores the most powerful offshore wind farms in the UK

UK’s rich flyers: Europe’s biggest polluters?

A new report suggests private jets leaving the UK emit more carbon dioxide than 20 other European countries combined

Fatberg the size of 25 elephants stomped out

The 200-tonne mass is estimated to have occupied 250 metres of a central Liverpool sewer