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Last Build Date: Fri, 26 May 2017 10:48:15 GMT


Power sector urged to adopt world's first investment-grade carbon pricing mechanism


Financial heavyweights including Bank of America, Barclays and Hermes Investment Management have teamed-up to introduce the world's first investment-grade carbon pricing system for the power sector, aimed at aligning company operations with a 2°C pathway.

Battery storage: A 'next level' opportunity for energy management?


There's no "one size fits all" approach to energy storage, but businesses that can use the technology alongside energy reduction schemes and onsite renewables can take their energy management to the "next level".

Ecotricity to pilot energy storage system


Ecotricity has revealed plans to install its first energy storage project, near its head office in Stroud.

Insight, inspiration and innovation continues into final day of edie Live 2017


The sustainability and energy management community descended upon the NEC Birmingham in their droves with sessions at full capacity throughout the first day of edie Live 2017 - and the action is set continue into the second and final day (24 May).

London EV drivers rewarded with car parking discount


Plug-in vehicle drivers in the capital are set to be rewarded by a new parking tariff scheme at a central London car park which discounts parking for low-emission cars.

edie Live 2017: Last chance to register as doors open on Tuesday


The countdown is on and edie Live 2017 opens its doors at 9.30am on Tuesday 23 May - and there's still time to register for your free two-day pass to the show.

Smurfit Kappa celebrates 10 years of sustainability excellence


Paper-based packaging company Smurfit Kappa has celebrated a "decade of excellence" in sustainability achievements, which have placed the firm well on-track to supersede its 2020 target to slash emissions by a quarter.

General Motors to source sustainable natural rubber tyres


Car manufacturer General Motors has made an industry-pioneering commitment to source sustainable natural rubber in its tyres, in a bid to help drive net-zero deforestation in the sector.

Tony Juniper leads stellar line-up of expert speakers at edie Live 2017


Environmentalist and sustainability advisor Tony Juniper has been confirmed among the expert speakers that will be descending upon the NEC Birmingham next week for edie Live 2017 - and there's still time to register for your free two-day pass to the show.

Insight and inspiration - a roundup of the latest edie interviews with the experts


EXCLUSIVE: From behaviour change to smart buildings, energy security to driving efficiency at scale, we round up the latest exclusive insight and interviews with sustainability business leaders.

38,000 people a year die early because of diesel emissions testing failures


The global human health impact of the diesel emissions scandal has been revealed by new research showing a minimum of 38,000 people a year die early due to the failure of diesel vehicles to meet official limits in real driving conditions.

Meet the experts for free one-to-one advice


Let our experts steer you along the route to achieving best practice in sustainability, help you grasp complex issues, absorb new trends, deep dive into strategy and tackle challenges with confidence. And all in a one-to-one tailored consultation.

Tesco commits to 100% renewables by 2030


Tesco has pledged to deliver 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030, as the supermarket giant unveils tougher Science-Based Targets to help achieve its long-term emissions reduction plan.

Waitrose eyes 50 biomethane trucks by end of 2017


EXCLUSIVE: British retail chain Waitrose aims to have 50 100% biomethane gas-fuelled trucks operating in its fleet by the end of year, in an effort to lower emissions from its distribution fleet.

UK financial markets exposed to embedded fossil fuel reserves


UK businesses and investors may be inadvertently sitting on more than 15,000 tonnes of stranded fossil fuel asset emissions that could impact how the nation commits to a 2C energy scenario, new research has found.

Scotland unveils winners of £40m low-carbon innovation fund


A string of pioneering district heat networks and a battery storage project are among the biggest winners in a £43m fund announced by the Scottish Government in an effort to boost low-carbon infrastructure across the country.

Diamond company seeks to deliver carbon-neutral mining in five years


Anglo American's diamond unit De Beers has confirmed it will lead an energy storage project to deliver carbon-neutral mining in as little as five years.

edie Live 2017: Registrations hot up with two weeks until show doors open


The destination event for sustainability and energy managers is set to be more popular than ever: registrations to attend edie Live 2017 are now up by around 10% on last year. And there's still time to get your free ticket to join your peers at the NEC Birmingham on 23-24 May.

H&M pledges to double energy productivity by 2030


Clothing retail giant H&M has this week become the first international fashion retailer to sign up to The Climate Group's EP100 campaign, pledging to double its energy productivity within the next 13 years.

Toyota drives 'Digiman' project to develop 50,000 fuel cell stacks by 2020


Japanese carmaker Toyota will be responsible for best practice requirements in a £3m programme created by several public and private bodies which aims to create a platform for fuel cell production for zero-emission cars.