Energy

Germany’s biogas industry is growing slowly despite high demand

Germany’s biogas industry is growing slowly despite high demand

The biogas sector in Germany is expanding slowly, despite strong demand in the heating segment, with newly installed biogas capacity expected to reach approximately 65 MW in 2022, according to the industry group Biogas e.V, according to Renewables Now.

Author: RBN | Date: 29 October 2022

Energy biogas Carbon energy renewables
North Seas Energy Cooperation members seize a historic opportunity to accelerate renewables

North Seas Energy Cooperation members seize a historic opportunity to accelerate renewables

The North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC) countries and the European Commission’s energy ministers have declared a considerable rise in their joint objective for the deployment of offshore renewable energy.

Author: RBN | Date: 29 October 2022

Energy Technology energy wind turbine
Ireland Raises 2030 Offshore Wind Target to 7 GW Through Agreement on Sectoral Emissions Ceilings

Ireland Raises 2030 Offshore Wind Target to 7 GW Through Agreement on Sectoral Emissions Ceilings

After obtaining an agreement on Sectoral Emissions Ceilings, which established maximum limitations on greenhouse gas emissions for each sector of the Irish economy through the end of the decade, the Irish Government raised the country’s offshore wind goal for 2030 from 5 GW to 7 GW

Author: RBN | Date: 8 September 2022

Energy energy renewables
Qatar Aviation Services has joined the industry’s most advanced environmental management system

Qatar Aviation Services has joined the industry’s most advanced environmental management system

The subsidiary of Qatar Airways Group, Qatar Aviation Services (QAS), announced its partnership with International Air Transport Association (IATA) to join the latest expansion of the IATA Environmental Assessment Programme (IEnvA) for ground service providers as the first ground handler globally.

Author: RBN | Date: 8 September 2022

Energy Investment Waste Carbon energy Net Zero transport
Can Europe live without Russian natural gas?

Can Europe live without Russian natural gas?

Denmark’s scientists have demonstrated the possible impacts of reduced gas supply on the European energy mix up to 2050.

Author: RBN | Date: 19 August 2022

Energy Carbon energy gas
MEPs support boost for renewables use and energy savings

MEPs support boost for renewables use and energy savings

By 2030, the Industry, Research, and Energy Committee hopes to have significantly increased the use of renewable energy sources and decreased energy usage.

Author: RBN | Date: 19 August 2022

Energy energy renewables Solar
Sustainable Travel International launches a new tool for calculating and offsetting travel emissions

Sustainable Travel International launches a new tool for calculating and offsetting travel emissions

Sustainable Travel International has unveiled a new online carbon footprint calculator that promotes climate-friendly travel by allowing consumers to measure and offset their own travel emissions.

Author: RBN | Date: 1 August 2022

Energy Carbon energy Net Zero transport
Businesses share green knowledge to save carbon and money

Businesses share green knowledge to save carbon and money

A Staffordshire Moorlands pub has changed the way it operates to save on carbon. It comes as Staffordshire businesses big and small are sharing expertise to save money and carbon emissions.

Author: RBN | Date: 21 April 2022

Energy Waste Carbon energy Net Zero zero waste
UK PM Boris Johnson and Bill Gates launch a £400m investment in green technology

UK PM Boris Johnson and Bill Gates launch a £400m investment in green technology

Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, an arm of Gates’ climate investment firm, will mobilise £200 million over 10 years into the next generation of revolutionary clean energy technology.

Author: RBN | Date: 4 November 2021

Energy Investment Technology energy green investment Net Zero technology
Hertfordshire’s first net-zero carbon school approved by councillors

Hertfordshire’s first net-zero carbon school approved by councillors

Plans for a county’s first net-zero carbon school have been approved by councillors. Aiming to open for September 2022.

Author: RBN | Date: 8 October 2021

Energy Investment Carbon energy Net Zero renewables Solar Waste Management zero waste