Emissions & Environment

SSE Renewables and Microsoft launch puffin monitoring pilot

UK energy company, SSE Renewables has launched the Flying Squad initiative to monitor and protect puffins around the Scottish coastline.



Europe’s steel industry rapidly running out of carbon budget

The European steel industry has less than 26% of its carbon budget remaining and companies must rapidly shift their business models to reach net zero.

New EU project to utilise waste heat from energy-intensive industries

The HEATLEAP project has been launched and aims to demonstrate the environmental and economic benefits of waste heat recovery systems.
carbon capture in maritime sector

Wärtsilä to lead Norwegian carbon capture research initiative

Wärtsilä will lead research and development of carbon capture and storage solutions to decarbonise the maritime industry.

Iceland launches the world’s largest carbon capture and storage plant

Icelandic carbon capture company, Climeworks, has officially launched Orca, the world’s largest direct air capture and storage plant that permanently removes CO₂ from the air.

Lenovo to power global operations with 90% renewable energy by 2026

Lenovo has announced its new climate change mitigation strategy which includes the company expanding its portfolio of renewable energy.

‘Hydrogen hype threatens to delay clean energy transition’ says report

The latest wave of hype masks the fact that most hydrogen production today pollutes communities and drives climate breakdown.