UK solar industry set to double in size by 2030, but needs to treble to align with net zero, says report

A new report published by Solar Energy UK outlines the policy and regulatory changes required to deliver the 40GW of operational capacity needed by the end of the decade for the UK to remain on track for a net zero carbon economy.

UK struggling to keep pace with climate change impacts

This is the conclusion of The Third Climate Change Risk Assessment - an independent assessment led by the Climate Change Committee (CCC), which alarmingly shows that the gap between the level of risk we face and the level of adaptation underway has widened.

Corteva Agriscience Works with UK Farms to Offset 100 Tonnes of Carbon

The global agricultural company has announced that it is working with regenerative farming organisation Gentle Farming to offset carbon emissions from its UK and Ireland operations, as part of its pledge to increase the resilience of global farming systems by 2030.

The Prince of Wales opens pioneering green CO₂ capture facility

The CO₂ being captured from the on farm AD plant, located near the Duchy of Cornwall’s Poundbury development in Dorset, will be used to carbonate drinks and stimulate photosynthesis within the horticulture sector.

£15 million woodland creation grant opens for applications

The Forestry Commission has launched a new multimillion tree planting grant scheme – the England Woodland Creation Offer – to provide greater financial incentives for landowners and farmers to plant and manage trees.

myenergi charges up electric car club at the UK’s most sustainable property development

Springfield Meadows, a climate-positive, net-zero development of 25 homes in Oxfordshire is having Zappi EV chargers installed to provide zero-carbon charging to users of their innovative electric car club.

Open day announced for innovative heating & chilling system

Calibrate Energy Engineering will be holding an open day on Thursday 24th June at West Ancroft Farm in Berwick, to showcase their recently completed 6.2MW renewable heat/chill system.

Wind turbines back on the agenda for English farmers and landowners?

Farmers and landowners in England who have previously been advised that wind turbines are not a viable diversification option are now being encouraged to reconsider their potential.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge put spotlight on tidal energy

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney this week, to hear about the test centre’s role in developing an ocean energy industry and green hydrogen economy.

Government announces £166 million funding package for green technologies

The financial package aims to accelerate the delivery of the technologies needed to further drive Britain’s climate change ambitions, including carbon capture, greenhouse gas removal and hydrogen.

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