Converting excess green electricity into hydrogen could help Sweden switch to 100 per cent renewables by 2040
AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals (ASC), a subsidiary of Dutch paint and coatings giant AkzoNobel, has joined a Swedish research project looking at the potential of using hydrogen to store excess renewable...
Dr Lorraine Whitmarsh from the Climate Change and Social Transformations team at the University of Bath argues a more sophisticated approach is needed to drive the shift towards greener diets
Wartsilla publishes scorecard ranking the electricity sector carbon reductions of the 10 largest European economies’ since the first spate of Covid lockdowns
First project from Zouk Capital and Liberty Global backed venture sees 20 on street charge points installed across the London borough of Waltham Forest
Building materials giant launches inaugural 'Planet Passionate' sustainability report and unveils fresh decarbonisation targets