EDF has announced £50 billion of investment in low carbon electricity to support the UK’s net zero transition.
Globally fossil fuel consumption is set to fall for the first time ever as renewables continue to surge over the next thirty years, according to oil and gas giant BP’s 2020 Energy Outlook Report.
The CBI is calling on the government to accelerate the electric vehicle (EV) and heat pump rollouts and offer greater policy guidance for net zero.
The UK’s first citizens’ assembly on climate change has called for strong leadership and a focus on a green recovery in its final report.
Greater Manchester could meet net zero by 2038 but only if it acts now as there is “no room for delay or error”.
BP has announced plans to increase its renewables capacity to 50GW, as it increases investment tenfold.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced £350 million worth of funding to help decarbonise industry, including dedicated funding for green hydrogen.
Nine out of ten energy professionals say the UK is currently off-track to reach net zero by 2050.
The European Commission has put out a call for innovative clean technology projects in the first phase of its €10 billion investment programme.