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European Commission moves to Brexit-proof Emissions Trading System

2017-10-19T12:07:00Z

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The European Commission has agreed on a new measure to protect its Emissions Trading System (ETS) against a potential breakdown in Brexit negotiations.



Greater Manchester businesses back switch to 100% renewable electricity

2017-10-19T09:52:00Z

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A host of businesses, politicians and local organisations from across Greater Manchester are aiming to save money and energy through support of a pioneering new campaign to switch to clean energy.



Report calls for bonfire of energy policy 'obsessions'

2017-10-19T09:19:00Z

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A new report co-authored by Laura Sandys has called for a bonfire of the traditional "obsessions" of energy policy makers and regulators in order to enable a radically new regulatory model for the future.



Shell fits UK forecourts with EV rapid chargers

2017-10-18T11:53:00Z

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Shell is opening a range of rapid charging service systems across its UK petrol stations, with plans already in place to deploy more charging infrastructure by the end of the year.



Veolia to deliver major carbon savings for University of East Anglia

2017-10-18T09:50:00Z

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The University of East Anglia (UEA) is set to generate more than 80% of electricity onsite after waste management firm Veolia installed two latest generation combined heat and power (CHP) units.



Get the latest business guide - edie Explains energy resilience

2017-10-18T11:15:00Z

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From ensuring business continuity and mitigating the risks of black or brown outs, to protecting your business from energy price rises the latest edie Explains guide, has it all.



Greenpeace: Tech giants neglecting environmental responsibility

2017-10-17T11:48:00Z

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Some of the world's biggest tech firms are failing to show ambition in their efforts to reduce the environmental impacts of their supply chains, according to Greenpeace, which claims the current model cannot be maintained.



World petrol demand 'likely to peak by 2030 as electric car sales rise'

2017-10-17T10:14:00Z

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World petrol demand will peak within 13 years thanks to the impact of electric cars and more efficient engines, energy experts have predicted.



Higher carbon price needed to phase out UK coal generation by 2025

2017-10-17T07:15:00Z

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Following plans with Canada to launch global alliance to encourage nations to phase-out coal use, the UK Government has been informed that a carbon price of £40 per tonne may be required to shut down all remaining coal plants by 2025.



Report: Preservation policies could hamper Clean Growth Strategy's household efficiency plans

2017-10-16T12:29:00Z

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Preservation policies for listed buildings and homes in conservation areas could scupper the measures to improve domestic energy efficiency as set out in the newly-released Clean Growth Strategy.



Oxford plans to introduce world's first zero-emission zone

2017-10-13T12:00:00Z

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Oxford has unveiled plans to phase out petrol and diesel vehicles from the city centre with an ultimate aim to deliver a zero-emission zone in 2035.



The offset shop: Gold Standard offers 'one click' access to carbon credits

2017-10-13T07:12:00Z

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Businesses and public organisations have been given streamlined access to purchase carbon credits generated from impact projects across the globe "with one click", after the Gold Standard issued an online platform to purchase credits directly from its website.



Consistency and communication key to realising London's electric vehicle vision

2017-10-12T09:13:00Z

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The pledges made by the Mayor of London to transform the city into a zero-emissions capital need to be backed by policy guidance that brings car manufacturers, network operators and innovators together to ensure that the capital isn't littered with "white elephants" and "stranded assets".



edie roundtable: Driving renewables through the supply chain

2017-10-11T08:15:00Z

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Sustainability and energy management experts from some of the world's biggest businesses recently gathered in London for an exclusive roundtable hosted by edie and Smartest Energy, to explore how companies can reach out to supply chains to improve carbon performance.



IRENA: Falling costs could see installed battery storage grow 17-fold by 2030

2017-10-09T12:09:00Z

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Battery storage installations could experience a 17-fold growth by 2030 due to the rapidly falling price of batteries, according to a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).



EU Commission taken to court over new emissions tests for vehicles

2017-10-09T10:19:00Z

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Environmental group ClientEarth has taken legal action against the European Commission's new rules for car emissions tests, which will allow manufacturers to keep their emissions control systems secret and, according to the group, cause another Dieselgate-type scandal.



Report: CCS could boost UK economy by £160bn

2017-10-06T10:56:00Z

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New research has claimed that carbon capture and storage (CCS) could boost the UK economy by more than £160bn if the technology is deployed on the east coast of the country.



General Motors commits to 'all-electric fleet'

2017-10-05T08:50:00Z

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General Motors (GM) has outlined a vision for an all-electric fleet which includes a two-pronged approach of developing battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.



China sets electric vehicle quota for 2019

2017-10-02T07:28:00Z

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Automakers trying to capture a slice of the Chinese vehicle market will have to ensure that 10% of the cars they sell are electric or low-emission vehicles by 2019, after the country confirmed plans to phase-out diesel vehicles.



Sadiq Khan calls for greater powers to tackle construction pollution

2017-10-02T07:31:00Z

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Sadiq Khan has written to Defra Secretary Michael Gove to ask the Government for greater powers to tackle construction pollution, as industry experts call for urgent action to improve the state of sustainability in the UK built environment.