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It’s been two years since Greta Thunberg first took her solo school strike for the climate, as she recently stated that the world has wasted the time by failing to take the essential action on the crisis. Since 2018, Thunberg’s strike has inspired a global movement, as on the 20th August, she and other leading school strikers met…

Across Britain, household rooftops could all feature a new breakthrough of solar power technology by next summer, through the use of crystal, which was first discovered more than 200 years ago to help harness more of the sun’s power. An Oxford-based solar technology firm is looking into the possibilities that by the end of the…

Thousands of years of English coalmining will near an end before the week is over with the closure of one of the country’s last remaining coalmines in Bradley near Durham. The owner of the surface mine, the Banks Group, said Bradley will extract its last coal on Monday 17th August, two months after its sister…

Last week the department for transport released the statistical press release, including the electric vehicle charging devices across the UK. Within the report, it found that at 1 July 2020, there were 18,265 public electric vehicle charging devices available in the UK. Of these, 3,206 were rapid devices. Since 2015, the number of public charging…

With the UN climate change conference in Glasgow being rescheduled until 2021, the Scottish government are being urged to produce a fleet of electric busses for the event. The plan came from the Just Transition Commission, which was asked by ministers for advice on implementing a green recovery from the Covid-19 crisis. The report stated…

The size of the global coal power fleet fell for the first time on record over the first six months of the year, with more generation capacity shutting than starting operation. Coal power capacity dropped by 2.9 gigawatt in the first half of 2020, which is a small, though significant drop of about 0.14% according…

Following updates earlier this week from government around the Green Homes Grant, more detail continues to emerge, it has come to light that from the latest update from BEIS, MCS have been advised that a Green Homes Grant can be used in conjunction with Domestic RHI (DRHI), according to a recent tweet from MCS. It…

In a bid to reassure homeowners that the work carried out under their Green Homes Grant Scheme will be to a high standard, yesterday the Government announced details of the requirement for all installers involved in the voucher-based initiative to have the appropriate certification from MCS or Trustmark. Meaning that all builders, plumbers, and other…

According to a report from the National Grid, the UK’s electricity network operator, Carbon emissions from the UK’s electricity system could turn negative by as early as 2033 if the UK uses carbon capture technology alongside more renewable energy technologies to reach its climate targets. Last week, the electricity network operator revealed their “vision” for…

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