While the UK has already announced initiatives aimed at combatting climate change, it needs to do more. There needs to be increased focus on creating solutions that will help the country play its part in lowering global carbon emissions, while navigating the energy crisis.
By Simon Daniel, Founder, Moixa
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has announced it will end export credit support for unabated coal-fired power plants.
The benefits of quantum computing in combatting climate change are clear and compelling. Quantum computing could solve many of the problems facing technologies such as batteries, electrolysers and carbon capture and storage.
By Steve Brierley, CEO of Riverlane
US clean energy firm 8 Rivers Capital, acting through its UK subsidiary Zero Degrees Whitetail Development (ZDW), and Sembcorp Energy UK (SEUK), part of Singapore-based Sembcorp Industries, have signed a collaborative agreement to develop the UK’s first net zero emissions power plant.
Drax and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engineering (MHI) have agreed a long-term contract for Drax to use MHI’s carbon capture technology, the Advanced KM CDR process.
The UK has announced a new target to reduce the UK’s emissions by at least 68 per cent by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.
Eddie O’Connor, Chairman and Founder of Mainstream Renewable Power, the world’s only pure-play renewables development company, believes the energy industry is at a crossroads and needs to choose the right path for a truly sustainable recovery.
The US Department of Energy has announced $11.5 million in funding for 12 projects as part of Phase 1 of the Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy’s (ARPA-E) Flexible Carbon Capture and Storage (FLECCS) programme.
CDC Group, the UK’s development finance institution, has unveiled a plan to achieve net zero emissions across its portfolio by 2050 in support of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
By Paul Marushka, CEO of Sphera
When it comes to getting a buy-in for a sustainability project—or any other plan that could be perceived as low priority—you cannot pull any crunches.
Number crunches, that is.