net zero

understanding what it will take to halt global warming

Opinion: this is the Year of Net Zero

Professor Myles Allen, University of Oxford, examines the 'end-game' of net zero emissions With Joe Biden in...
climate commitments

Oxford launches net zero initiative to advise on climate change solutions

The University of Oxford has launched the Oxford Net Zero initiative to address the critical issue of how to reach global ‘net zero’.

Oil giants and utilities pressure federal leaders to strengthen GHG rules

Three major oil companies are pushing for a reversal of the Trump Administration’s rollback on methane emissions from natural gas operations.
modular reactor

UK small modular reactor initiative hopes to create 6000 jobs

The UK government must make a clear commitment that enables a fleet of 16 small modular reactor power plants to be built by 2040.

Fuelling nuclear innovation in the UK

Advanced modular reactors can play a key role in Britain’s future energy mix argues Steve Threlfall.
Coire Glas hydro scheme

Scottish government approves landmark pumped storage scheme

SSE Renewables says the Scottish Government has granted consent for its proposed Coire Glas project, the UK’s largest newly planned hydro pumped storage scheme.
Siemens UK grid stabilzer

Construction begins on UK’s first grid stabilisation facility

Siemens Energy has started work to construct one of the UK’s first grid stabilisation facilities.
blockchain

Blockchain + clean energy = sustainable finance

A new open source application from Energy Web is designed to enable blockchains to be transitioned to zero carbon electricity.
Singapore clean energy

Investment firm opens in Singapore to drive sustainable cities

Investment firm Urban renewables has launched a subsidiary in Singapore to support climate-resilient cities in the country and in the region.
carbon capture

Ed’s note: Spotlight shines at last on CCUS

Is carbon capture, utilisation and storage finally about to get a leading role on the global energy stage after waiting in the wings for more than a decade?

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