The UK has come in 5th position in a ranking of the drop in emissions seen across Europe since the start of national COVID-19 lockdowns.
Great Britain’s grid hit the greenest it has ever been on Monday 5 April at 1pm, with carbon intensity dropping to 39gCO2/kWh.
The Government still has “no plan” for achieving net zero by 2050, the Public Accounts Committee has said in a new report.
Ireland’s recovery from COVID-19 must take into account climate change, according to a new report detailing the progress made in emissions reductions of Irish businesses.
It was another exceptional bank holiday weekend for Britain’s electricity network, with power prices hitting new record lows as carbon intensity dropped to its lowest point ever.
Electric vehicle (EV) emissions are a third of those produced by petrol and diesel vehicles on average, new research has found.
The electrification of transport, buildings and industrial sectors in Europe could cut greenhouse gas emissions of those sectors by 60% between 2020 and 2050, according to a new report.
The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) World Energy Outlook report released today, warns that even if governments meet their current environmental targets, emissions will continue to rise up until 2040.
A review into Britain’s net zero target is to assess how the government can deliver economic growth and a fair balance of cost as it decarbonises.