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The government must harness the collective brainpower of every sector of society to ensure we reach net zero, writes Sarah Newton
EDF Energy’s Managing Director for Customers, Beatrice Bigois, discusses why it’s important to maintain momentum as electric vehicles begin to make their mark on the mainstream.
Speaking at the IET's Conservative Party Conference fringe event, Vicky Ford MP said that “technologies are going to be a key part" in tackling climate change.
Shadow environment secretary Sue Hayman has called for a greater role for the nuclear sector in helping deliver net zero emission targets.
Labour has backed radical plans to reduce Britain’s carbon emissions to net zero by 2030.
Labour has pledged to build dozens of windfarms with the power to provide electricity for tens of millions of UK homes.
Paul Spence, EDF Energy’s Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs, explains why nuclear is needed to get to ‘net zero’ emissions.
Ingka Group, of which IKEA Ltd (IKEA Retail UK and Ireland) is a part, has invested close to 2.5 billion euro in onsite and offsite wind and solar power as part of their ambition to become climate positive by 2030. Recent investments will enable the company to generate more renewable energy than it consumes across its operations in 30 countries, exceeding the 2020 target.
Hydrogen to Heysham (H2H) will test an innovative use for nuclear energy, says Xavier Mamo, Director of R&D at EDF Energy.
A cross-party group of MPs has accused the Government of making "unacceptable" cutbacks to key climate change programmes.
With the Government legislating for net-zero by 2050, opinion remains divided over the potential role for nuclear energy in creating a low carbon future, writes Alexandra Goodwin.
Jeremy Corbyn has warned Boris Johnson that the UK will miss its climate change targets unless he implements a ban on fracking.
Ensuring that the transition to Net Zero is managed in a way that maximises benefits for society, in a fair way, will need to be a key focus for Government and industry to ensure a just transition which is politically achievable, says Alistair Phillips-Davies, Chief Executive of SSE.
The UK’s waste and recycling sector has today welcomed the Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP as Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
EDF Energy's Managing Director for Nuclear Development writes that the Sizewell C nuclear power station in Suffolk offers an enormous opportunity for skills and jobs in the East of England.
The UK’s waste and recycling sector has today responded to the publication of the summary of responses to the Resources and Waste Strategy consultations.
The UK’s waste and recycling sector has today responded to Michael Gove’s speech at Kew Gardens setting out the UK Government’s ambition for the environment.
The recently launched WELL programme is a collaboration between the nuclear industry and Cumbria County Council, and Lord Jim O’Neill, vice-chair of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership and founding trustee of SHINE highlights how this unique kind of approach is Educating the North.
Liquid Gas UK, the newly re-branded trade association representing the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) industry in the UK has launched its new vision; laying the marker for the industry to transition to 100% bioLPG by 2040.
Hinkley Point C has hit its biggest milestone yet on schedule. The completion of the base for the first reactor, known as “J-zero”, means that the construction of the nuclear buildings above ground can now begin in earnest.Hinkley Point C has hit its biggest milestone yet on schedule.
The UK’s waste and recycling sector has today responded to a study from Imperial College London’s Small Area Health Statistics Unit (SAHSU) addressing health impacts of emissions from Energy from Waste (EfW).
Former Sellafield employee, now the leader of Warrington Borough Council, writes about the positive changes to the West Cumbrian site and the outreach of the company within the local community in the last twenty years.
Following the screening of the first episode of “War on Plastic with Hugh and Anita”, the UK’s recycling sector has emphasised its commitment to ensuring the responsible processing of waste with a focus on maximising recycling opportunities.
The UK’s waste and recycling sector has long voiced concern about encroachment of residential properties on existing waste sites, an issue brought to the fore on last night’s The One Show.