Innovation Zero: The UK’s largest net zero congress

When and where: 30 April – 1 May 2024 | Olympia, London Key stats: 12,000 attendees | 600+ speakers | 350+ exhibitors | 200+ content...

Wilson Power Solutions delivers 4 distribution transformers to London Gatwick Electric Forecourt®

London Gatwick Airport has just become the pioneer among international airports by unveiling its very own exclusive electric vehicle charging station – the Electric...

Tower invest in renewables expertise to meet industry demand

With projects such as Dogger Bank - the world's largest offshore wind farm - now generating power, the need for suppliers of PPE and...

The UK’s Largest Exhibition and Conference Tackling Decentralised and Distributed Energy Solutions is Back

The Distributed Energy Show, taking place on 13th and 14th of March 2024 at the Telford International Centre, is the UK’s only free-to-attend exhibition...

Grid locked

The UK’s national grid is overworked and undersized as it struggles to keep up with the demands of an electricity hungry nation. Simon Nicholls...

Schaltbau: DC power under control

Schaltbau manufacture DC Power Contactors, Connectors and Switches and after decades of supplying product into the rail sector also now develops and manufactures forward-looking...

Putting Sustainability into Your Digital Transformation

Sustainability is one of the largest considerations for businesses worldwide with 96% of G250 companies reporting on sustainability or ESG matters. And sustainability cannot,...

Made in the UK: fact or fiction?

In light of the recent Boohoo mislabelling controversy, Josh Simpson, co-founder of sustainability rating app Impact Score, asks: can consumers be sure of anything...

Can one maritime AI project really cut 1% of all global emissions?

NAVTOR’s Bjørn Åge Hjøllo explains how the Green AI for Sustainable Shipping (GASS) initiative looks set to help shipowners and operators slash fuel consumption,...

Greener tea brewed from waste

Waste tea clippings are generating greener energy for factories in Kenya. Kenya produces £1 billion of tea a year, with up to a quarter of...

Precious metals recycled from military devices

The Royal Mint and the Ministry of Defence (MOD) are collaborating on a sustainable solution to dispose of electronic defence equipment. It’s estimated that around...

Investment bank predicts 2024’s most influential climate tech trends

Clean energy, hydrogen, carbon capture and alternative proteins will all attract significant investment over the next year, says Marion Jeng, Associate at DAI Magister. 2023...

Navigating the Complex Landscape of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)

Alev Somer, Director of Trade and Environment at the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), addresses the advantages and potential pitfalls associated with EPR. The recycling...

HMRC collects £1bn in unpaid tax from landfill tax investigations

HMRC has collected £1bn in extra revenue from investigations into underpaid landfill tax over the past 5 years, with £281m collected in the last...

King’s scientists use laundry detergent enzyme to recycle single-use plastics

Scientists at King’s College London have developed an innovative solution for recycling single-use bioplastics commonly used in disposable items such as coffee cups and...

Ecommerce set to boom, but ‘government must invest’ to keep packaging out of landfill

As Rishi Sunak waters down green policies, concerns are raised that he is failing to take the threat of increased packaging waste on the...

The Distributed Energy Show Unveils Exciting Conference Agenda, Promising Insightful Discussions and Networking Opportunities

The Distributed Energy Show, taking place on 13th & 14th of March 2024 at the Telford International Centre, is thrilled to announce the release...

How AI is shaping the future of renewable energy

‘Artificial intelligence (“AI”) is making renewable energy more predictable, reliable and efficient. Simon Nicholls looks at how it’s changing the way we generate, distribute...

schaltbau: dc power under control

Schaltbau manufacture DC Power Contactors, Connectors and Switches and after decades of supplying product into the rail sector also now develops and manufactures forward-looking...

Attention if you burn fuel oil in your:

Heating, generation, standby generation plant, road vehicle or marine vessel fleet You are probably unaware that the fuel oil you are delivered for your heating...

Harnessing star power moves closer to reality

Limitless clean energy is a step closer to reality, after record-breaking nuclear fusion tests were completed at a UK laboratory. Nuclear fusion - the process...

First EV charger repurposed from BT street cabinet

A pilot scheme aims to extend the usefulness of near end-of-life green street cabinets as EV charge points, with up to 60,000 earmarked to...

Beyond the Pledge: Why Our Natural World Needs Urgent Action

John Pagano, Group CEO at Red Sea Global, discusses why businesses must act now to help ensure the planet’s long-term viability. The Paris Agreement of...

Estate shares pioneering Biodiversity Project experiences to help others

A family run farming and environmental business in Essex is one of five national case studies published by Natural England, showing how to create...

Tree-mendous giveaway by National Highways

National Highways is appealing to landowners and organisations to help plant an additional 3 million trees by 2030. The government-owned organisation only has enough room...

Seashell concrete: holding back the tide

The seaside town of Blackpool becomes UK’s first test site for a ‘groundbreaking’ sustainable, seashell concrete. Seashells and concrete are converging to create a’ porous...

Don’t fall foul of waste laws

Business owners need to be aware of ongoing changes to waste management laws and regulations. Scott Hawthorne, founding director of Skips & Bins, explains...

Toying with our future: the scandal of electronic waste

Electronic toys are an often-overlooked aspect of the growing issue of electronic waste and its detrimental impact on the environment and society, warns Emma...

UK execs report big gap between green vision and execution

A large majority (87%) of British executives report a moderate to significant gap between their sustainability vision and execution. Globally, 97% of executives believe their...

Why sustainability branding’s patchy impact means it needs to evolve

Telling consumers a product is better for the planet has a questionable impact on sales, but can still help both brands and consumers meet...

Fungi tested for green building potential

Tests are underway on natural and recycled resources that could become the building materials of the future. These include prefabricated wall panels comprising waste wood...

Plug into the International Energy Transformation Fund to power a sustainable future

Phase 3 of the £185m International Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) is now open. Karim Budabuss, Director of Grant Advisory, ForrestBrown, explore the benefits -...

Maintaining momentum: three key carbon trends in 2024

With more than 25 years’ experience in energy management, Kam Singh of EMCOR UK shares his insight into this year’s carbon reduction trends and...

Almost half of CEOs gloomy about survival as climate pressures accelerate

Nearly one-third of CEOs believe the climate crisis will force major changes to their company operations in the near future. While almost half don’t see...