As global temperatures climb, climate conversations fall

Despite 2023 expected to be the hottest year on record, with unprecedented natural disasters seen around the world, online discussions around the climate crisis...

Britain’s benefits from Net Zero still outweigh our costs, says Skidmore’s Mission Zero

Stripping two-thirds of the carbon emissions out of today’s industrial energy use is key to reaching Britain’s climate goals by 2035, a detailed review...

Talking Power podcast launches – The state of the energy market and the journey...

Talking Power is a podcast series focused on the future of energy and decarbonisation from the perspective of UK businesses. Hosted by The Energyst’s...

Veolia start first AI monitoring and control to decarbonise one of the country’s largest...

For the first time in the UK, Veolia on behalf of Sheffield City Council, are using the latest AI tool to extend the efficiency...

King’s College Chapel welcomes solar panels to its roof

King’s College Chapel, a Grade I listed building at Cambridge University, and for many the starting point of every English Christmas, is benefitting from...

Dale Vince partners with ZeroAvia to puff hydrogen for short-haul flights

Ecotricity founder Dale Vince has announced his low carbon spin-off airline Ecojet will use hydrogen-electric propulsion technology pioneered by fellow West Country specialists ZeroAvia. Ecojet...

World’s first transatlantic flight powered by Sustainable Aviation Fuel Virgin lifts wheels from London

To a welcome from the green energy industry, British-registered airline Virgin Atlantic this morning became the first carrier to attempt a long haul London...

Countries can save $3 trillion on net-zero power systems by 2040 from global grid...

Future Energy Outlook (FEO), a granular energy transition planning tool, shows that investing an additional $1.7 trillion on transmission infrastructure by 2040 would collectively...

Tackling scope 3 emissions to achieve a net zero transition

Phillip Cornell, Global Head, Sustainability, Economist Impact and Sardar Karim, Policy & Insights, EMEA, Economist Impact Scope 3, or value chain emissions, present a key...

Download The Carbon Removals Report

The new Carbon Removals Report produced by The Energyst in association with Drax is available to download. Report highlights reveal 67% of respondents feel that carbon...

The clean heat is on: Racks of data servers to render scores of thousands...

Data barns full of humming, heating computer servers are to be piloted as heat sources running district heat networks, energy ministry D-ESNZ confirmed today. Scores...

Green hydrogen offers up to £ 11 billion savings for UK plc, industrialists calculate

A new study backed by top manufacturers including Tata Steel, Air Products & Airbus has found nearly £11 billion of economic and environmental benefits...

National Gas Metering to develop hydrogen demonstrator and test facilities

National Gas Metering will develop hydrogen demonstrator and test facilities, including a commercial kitchen at Tysley Energy Park, Birmingham. National Gas Metering announced that it...

Ofgem finds £1.3m to advance NG innovations

Three National Grid-led projects developing electricity transmission and distribution network innovations will continue their work after securing £1.3 million for the next stage of...

CCC to Sunak & Coutinho: “You’re making near-term Net Zero harder to achieve“

Government ambiguities and watering down of Net Zero targets risk imperilling Britain’s progress to the nation’s 2050 goal, key scientific advisors warn today. The Climate...

Carbon removal technology

We are now on a trajectory where if we are to limit warming to 1.5° Celsius, as per the Paris Agreement, we will need...

SME-to-SME trades of clean solar power ‘cuts bills by up to 90%’ on Suffolk...

Over 140 companies on an industrial estate in Mildenhall, Suffolk, reckon their local market trading low carbon electricity is slashing bills by between 20%...

All driller, no filler: National Grid “not boring“ in south London anymore

The less interesting lower half of Britain’s capital city witnessed at the weekend an end to boring to aid flows of backbone electricity –...

Nearly half of teens plan to skip uni & seize green job instead, E.on...

Forty-six percent of Britain’s young people aged 16 to 24 plan to forego traditional college or university education, and opt for immediate jobs in...

The University of St Andrews working with Gridimp in partnership with National Grid ESO...

A ‘turn-up’ For The Record Books The University of St Andrews deliver a smart energy world first as they help keep zero carbon offshore wind...