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G7 leadership crucial to meeting global net zero targets – IEA

IEA's latest report suggests G7 members are well placed to fully decarbonise their electricity supply by 2035, leading global energy markets towards net zero emissions by 2050.

Australia’s Custom Denning selects Siemens to electrify bus fleet

Custom Denning has selected Siemens for the supply and installation of electric bus charging stations and management software as part of efforts by the company to decarbonise its fleet.

BW Group signs deal to fund 3GWh of energy storage projects in the UK

A joint venture between battery storage projects developer Penso Power and maritime company BW Group will build 3GWh of energy storage capacity in the next three to five years in the UK.

UK selects East Coast Cluster for carbon capture development

The UK has named the East Coast Cluster (ECC) as a 'Track-1' cluster, putting it on course for deployment by the mid-2020s.

Green hydrogen and battery storage can help India speed up the energy transition – IEEFA

Battery storage and green hydrogen – markets that are critical for India’s renewable future and energy security – could scale up rapidly in the country, bolstered by government policy and private company ventures

Less than 20% of Euro STOXX 50 demonstrate robust plans to meet net-zero

The report reveals that while the index performs consistently across a number of sustainability measures, the need to set long-term emissions reductions targets remains with less than 20% of companies exhibiting robust plans to reach net-zero.

Canada’s Trent University signs energy performance contract with Ameresco

Trent University has selected Ameresco to implement a smart energy project to optimise energy management and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

#COP26: GridBeyond highlights key energy market trends for 2022 and beyond

GridBeyond has published its latest research paper outlining key trends for the energy sector, to inform negotiators, and global decision-makers in the run-up to COP26.

‘More jobs will be created by the energy transition than lost’ –IRENA

IRENA has said that the global economy will create more green jobs than lost during the pandemic by accelerating investments in renewable energy to meet targets set under the Paris Agreements.

World’s first hydrogen-powered double-decker bus visits Baxi on way to COP26

The world’s first hydrogen-powered double-decker bus stopped off at the Baxi factory in Bamber Bridge, on its way to the COP26 summit.

Centrica to develop grid-scale solar and storage projects through new division

Centrica has through its subsidiary, Centrica Business Solutions, developed a new team that will focus on the development of utility, grid-scale solar and energy storage projects.

Pivot Power activates second 50MW storage system to support UK energy flexibility

A 50MW energy storage system has been activated by Pivot Power and Wartsila to ensure more renewable energy capacity is integrated into the UK's grid network.

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