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Making European consumers a lever for the green transition

Thierry Libaert from the European Economic and Social Committee states the case for making European consumers a lever for the green transition.
Green hydrogen production offshore: developing accepted solutions PtX production platform

Green hydrogen production offshore: developing accepted solutions

GERICS discusses the production of green hydrogen offshore for sustainable energy solutions in Germany.

Shell Fleet Solutions: Four steps to decarbonize fleets

Here, we learn about Shell Fleet Solutions, one of the global leaders in business mobility, including why public sector fleets need to decarbonise Shell Fleet Solutions is one of the global leaders in business mobility. Whether you are a small business owner or a large global enterprise, we provide a...
3d illustration of oil pump jacks on sunset sky background. Concept of growing oil prices

Increasing oil prices could reduce the development of green energy

Increasing oil prices may lead to a reduction in the development of green energy – as oil is still needed in the transition to a carbon-free electricity supply.
engineering STEM students at a job learning net zero skills

A lack of green STEM jobs could lead to a net zero skill shortage

The UK could experience a net zero skills shortage due to the lack of understanding and of education of skills required in green STEM jobs.
renewable geothermal energy

Renewable geothermal energy: A climate champion

Gudlaugur Thór Thórdarson, Minister of the Environment, Energy and Climate in Iceland, discusses renewable geothermal energy, which in his opinion, is a climate champion for the clean energy transition.
corrosion, geothermal energy

Increasing efficiency: High-temperature corrosion & materials research

The University of Iceland charts the opportunities & challenges concerning the utilisation of geothermal energy, understanding high-temperature corrosion.
geothermal resource

There is no “box” in geothermal resource utilisation – each case is unique

Iceland is at the forefront of energy transition and is seeking ways to become independent of fossil fuels via geothermal resource utilisation.
green cities, infrastructure

How do we define green infrastructure?

An exploration of ‘green infrastructure’ plans across 20 US cities found several inconsistent and limited definitions - so researchers created a new one.
urban trees

Land surface temperatures heavily influenced by urban trees

A recent sudy in the Nature Communications Journal has shown the influential way urban trees continue to affect the surface temperature of European cities.
food system sustainability

Understanding the different roads to food system sustainability

Executive Director, U.S. Sustainability Alliance navigates the task of global food production sustainability, illustrating there is more than one approach.
energy storm, EESC

EU must gain global leadership to avoid the perfect energy storm

Alena Mastantuono, EESC Member, and Petr Zahradník, Economist, argue that the EU must gain global leadership to avoid the perfect energy storm
green energy transition

Energy crisis: A perfect storm for the UK’s green energy transition

Chris Bowden, Managing Director of Squeaky, explains why he believes the energy crisis we are experiencing is a perfect storm for the UK's green energy transition, albeit unintentional.
solar energy policy

Solar energy policy in America

Open Access Government considers the rudiments of solar energy policy, including its major role in decarbonising the power grid of America.
sector coupling

The flexible district heating – sector coupling

Here, Grundfos Holding A/S tell us how district heating can effectively contribute to the green energy transition through sector coupling.
solar roofs

Are solar roofs worth the money?

Maiko Kiis, Marketing Manager at Solarstone finds out if solar roofs are worth the money and tells us what we need to know about building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV).
Chemical industry

Chemical industry: Towards the bioeconomy

Aarthi JanakiRaman, Research Director, Chemicals and Advanced Materials at TechVision, Frost & Sullivan, argues that the chemical industry is one of the linchpins in Europe’s transition to a bioeconomy
E10 petrol

New greener E10 petrol now available: Here’s what you need to know

Fuel pumps across the UK have today introduced a new greener grade of petrol called E10, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announces.
Ofgem Strategic Innovation Fund

£450m Strategic Innovation Fund to deliver greener energy networks

A new £450 million Ofgem Strategic Innovation Fund will deliver greener ways to heat up and power homes and businesses.
renewable energy challenges

Storage – vital for hydrogen to solve renewable energy challenges

Georgina Ainscow, Patent Attorney at Reddie & Grose LLP, unpacks why storage will be vital for hydrogen to help solve renewable energy challenges.

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