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Hydrogen fuel: essential for decarbonisation or “a load of rubbish”? The UK Government has just announced funding for Europe’s first hydrogen plants, claiming that the new infrastructure “could generate enough clean energy to heat over 200,000 homes”. This is in...
The UK is on track to miss its net zero target. How do we get there? “This is Thermopylae. This is Agincourt. This is Dunkirk. This is the Battle of the Bulge. This is 9/11.” Former US vice-president Al Gore...
2019: the low carbon year that was As we enter 2020, the Hub looks back at the climate events that drove the last 12 months. Greta Thunberg Whilst not directly related to low carbon business as an individual, there can be no...
Have your say on £315m fund for energy intensive industries The government is seeking views on the final design of a £315 million Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF), aimed at manufacturers and other energy intensive industries. The IETF will provide funding...
With the major party conferences behind us, what do they signal for low carbon business? Key green policy announcements are often made at the Labour and Tory party conferences. What did this year have in store? Labour Labour has committed itself to...
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