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  • The report, Zero Carbon Britain: Rising to the Climate Emergency, models the changes to energy, buildings, transport, industry, diets and land use that could reduce energy demand by 60%, provide 100% renewable energy, and cut emissions from agriculture and industry whilst creating natural carbon cap...

  • As of 1 September 2017, new car models have had to pass new and more reliable emissions tests before they hit European roads, under new European Commission (EC) requirements. New cars produced by manufactures will now have to pass emissions tests in real driving conditions as well as an improved l...

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  • Ofgem has published a new nine-point action plan to decarbonise the UKs energy system in order to deliver the net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions target by 2050.Central to the plan is building an energy sector that supports the growth of renewable energy sources by setting up a special fund for...

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  • As part of the companys strategy to develop renewable energy, Total has signed an agreement with Simply Blue Energy to acquire an 80% stake in the Erebus floating wind project located in the Celtic Sea, Wales, UK. The project will have a 96 MW capacity and will be installed in a water dep...

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  • The UK government has launched a new funding initiative under which local authorities can apply for up to £50mn to help pay for a brand-new fleet of electric buses, reducing emissions, and improving air quality.The Department for Transport claims that a town with 200 electric buses could save around...

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  • Equinor and its partners Vår Energi, Spirit Energy Norway, Petoro, Idemitsu Petroleum Norway and Wintershall Dea Norge have identified considerable potential remaining resources in the Statfjord area and approved plans to extend production from the field towards 2040.A new business plan will ensur...

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  • Despite widespread expectations of another increase, global energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions stopped growing in 2019, according to the latest data from the International Energy Agency (IEA).After two years of growth, global emissions were unchanged at 33 GT in 2019 even as the worl...

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  • A self-driving Nissan Leaf has completed a 230-mile journey on UK roads, negotiating complex roundabouts, motorways, and high-speed country lanes with no road markings, white lines or kerbs.The journey was carried out by a US-based research project, HumanDrive, jointly funded by UK government throug...

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  • Facts and figures on the UK power mix, environmental programmes and offshore transmission. Updated monthly.

  • The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced his first post-Brexit budget on 11 March, which included a number of measures relating to the energy sector and the environment, aimed at helping the government achieve its mission to deliver clean energy and lead on the path to net zero emiss...

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