Investment in green jobs could allow them to replace all those lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic in two years, according to research from Green New Deal UK.
Molly Lempriere Deputy Editor, Current±
Molly Lempriere is deputy editor at Solar Media, responsible for its UK-facing publications Solar Power Portal and Current±.
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Current± caught up with Claire Thompson-Sage, sustainable development co-ordinator at UPS to discuss the EFLES project, the need for flexibility and what’s next in their vehicle decarbonisation journey.
Modo Energy has raised over £1 million in investment to help it scale up its energy data analytics software.
Logan Energy has appointed three new members to its board as it targets green hydrogen expansion.
Renewable energy operations and asset performance management software company Power Factors has acquired renewable management platform Greenbyte AB.
A coalition of business, energy, industry and education bodies have come together to help drive SME progress towards net zero.
Network operator UK Power Networks (UKPN) is rolling out new ‘load blinding relays’ to unlock capacity for new connections in a £1 million project.
Investment company Temasek has partnered with BlackRock to invest in next-generation net zero solutions, such as renewable energy technologies.
EDF has announced the sale of its only gas-fired Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power station in the UK, West Burton B.