If net zero targets are to be attainable drastic change is needed across multiple sectors, not least of all power and transport. Luckily, there’s significant expansion ahead for battery manufacturing and the Solar Media Podcast covers it extensively in this month’s episode.
Nottinghamshire County Council has partnered with energy storage start-up Cheesecake Energy Ltd (CEL) to pilot EV charging points for a new fleet of electric buses.
Hudson Energy is to rebrand as Shell Energy, a year after the utility arm of the international O&G major acquired it.
Half of young people what jobs that protect the planet, according to a new survey conducted to coincide with Earth Overshoot Day.
npower Business Solutions’ head of flexibility services, Ben Spry, looks at lessons learned from the past decade, and how they can help plan the road to net zero.
Unilever has confirmed that it has powered all of its UK manufacturing sites entirely by renewables since April after clinching a wind farm deal with Dutch utility Eneco for 15 of its locations.
For over 40 years the University of East Anglia (UEA) has been at the forefront of climate change research. As might be expected from a university with a top-rated School of Environmental Science, UEA is committed to addressing sustainability on its own estate and has done this using low-energy building design, good energy management, incorporating renewable energy sources, and raising awareness.
Coca-Cola European Partners is now powering its largest bottling factory in Europe through a combination of a solar power purchase agreement (PPA), on-site generation and a renewables tariff.
Philips has agreed a unique deal with a consortium of international banks that links the company’s sustainability performance to the interest rate attached to a €1 billion (£836 million) loan.