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NFU launches ‘right tree, right place’ Strategy

The NFU have this week launched a strategy highlighting the need for planting "the right tree in the right place", while maximising successful long-term objectives, and preserving land for food production.

Sustainable Farming Incentive (SFI) rates revealed

Defra secretary George Eustice (pictured) announced the new Sustainable Farming Incentive (SFI) rates while speaking at the recently held Cereals event.

Greater focus required on the “forgotten giant” of low-carbon electricity says IEA report

The IEA special report shows that despite providing one sixth of global electricity generation in 2020, the growth of hydropower plants worldwide is set to slow significantly this decade, unless a range of strong policy actions from governments are delivered.

Helios Solar appoints experienced energy sector figure

Helios Solar Operations & Maintenance has announced that Elexon CEO Mark Bygraves has been appointed as a non-executive director.

HoSt innovates with new thermal conversion technology

International bioenergy system supplier HoSt has announced that it has succeeded in developing “the cleanest” bioenergy plant, utilising innovative NO-NOx thermal energy conversion technology on residual wood and waste streams.

Zemo Partnership gears up to accelerate transport decarbonisation with new board members

Zemo Partnership, the multi-stakeholder partnership working to deliver on the UK’s transport decarbonisation objectives, has elected four new members to its Board of Directors.

World’s first multimodal hydrogen refueling station opens in Antwerp

Developed by CMB.TECH, the station is producing green hydrogen to help power ships, tube trailers, cars, trucks and buses, and was launched alongside the first dual fuel truck running on hydrogen.

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.

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.

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