VIDEO: Head of carbon capture and storage strategy & engagement at UK energy firm joins BusinessGreen editor in chief James Murray
Australian firm Worley appointed by Drax to provide the front-end engineering and design work on the first two carbon capture units at its Yorkshire biomass plant
Britain's biggest business group urges government to fast track rollout of host of green technologies, including new CCUS, hydrogen, EV, and renewables projects
'Carbon rainbow': How Unilever's pledge to eliminate fossil fuels from cleaning products could catalyse the bioeconomy
University of Sheffield professor of chemical engineering and chemistry Peter Styring explains to BusinessGreen how Unilever's new commitment could spur public understanding and government support for a transition away from fossil fuel derived chemicals...
Consumer goods giant outlines plans to spend €1bn on ramping up carbon capture and utilisation technologies that will curb its cleaning and laundry product line's reliance on fossil fuel derived chemicals
Trade Unions Congress estimates 1.24 million jobs could be generated within two years across the UK through £85bn clean infrastructure investment
Government sets out plan to establish business models and funding mechanisms to deliver carbon capture and storage at scale in the 2020s
National Grid's Future Energy Scenarios analysis paints a compelling picture of the potential for an energy system replete with hydrogen, CCS and millions of EVs
PM marks first year in Number 10 with support for raft of CCS, hydrogen, green construction, space and transport projects
REACT-FIRST consortium aims to turn CO2 captured at Drax’s biomass power plant in Yorkshire into sustainable animal feed
Carbon capture and separation technology pioneer pulls in backing from oil and gas giant Equinor in second major funding round
Final aim of Hydrogen to Humber Saltend project that proposes to bury captured carbon emissions under the sea is to expand a hydrogen network across the Humber that can drive the industrial region towards net zero.
Drax teams up with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for 'groundbreaking' 12-month carbon capture pilot at its Yorkshire biomass plant
'Humber Zero': Total, Phillips 66, and Vitol ink agreement to pursue hybrid CCUS and hydrogen production plans
Project will come online in 2025 and capture eight million metric tonnes (Mt) of carbon dioxide emissions initially, with the potential to target 30Mt later, the partners said.
Influential consultancy details how five major shifts will be necessary to steer the global economy on to a sustainable path, and that a laggard approach to the decarbonisation of power and transport now will have direct impact on the levels of reforestation...
Sunny, windy conditions on June 30 saw renewables supply more than half of UK's electricity, data commissioned by Drax shows
BEIS Committee slams government's 'turbulent' policy support for carbon capture, storage and utilisation (CCUS) technologies
The CCUS Advisory Group, backed by £1m of funding, includes representatives from Shell, BP, Tata Steel, Drax, and National Grid
C-Capture says its technology is now trapping one tonne of CO2 each day from the Drax power plant in Yorkshire
UK carbon removal specialist's fundraise will help it further develop chemical-based system to remove CO2 from power plants, steel works, and cement factories
Claire Perry to announce up to £170m of funding to support creation of a net zero cluster capable of decarbonising heavy industry
Global CCS Institute argues case for the technology is now 'irrefutable' in report launched at sidelines of UN climate summit in Poland
Pilot plant expected to capture a tonne of CO2 a day from biomass operations
Swiss-based firm's third Direct Air Capture facility will filter up to 150 tonnes from ambient air over the next year and a half