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Beyond Meat boss says meat goods should be taxed

Beyond Meat boss says meat goods should be taxed: A new tax on meat products should be brought in to help people curtail meat consumption as well as support companies in search of climate friendly food substitutes. Ethan Brown, Founder of the Los Angeles based manufacturer Beyond Meat, told BBC about his support for a…
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Yorkshire Water initiates 2030 roadmap to net zero

Yorkshire Water initiates 2030 roadmap to net zero: Yorkshire Water has revealed its policy to attain net zero by 2030. Along with the help of an energy efficiency scheme, the water utility vows to lower its electricity use within 28% by the close of the decade. It further aims to deploy as much as 120MW…
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Scotland’s 1st big carbon capture & storage project

Scotland’s 1st big carbon capture & storage project: INEOS, a petrochemicals giant, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work jointly with other significant companies to create what is portrayed as Scotland’s 1st carbon capture and storage (CCS) scheme. Associates for the alleged Acorn project incorporate Storegga, Shell & Harbour Energy. The establishment, that…
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Britain is set to meet 78% emissions reduction 2035 goal

Britain is set to meet 78% emissions reduction 2035 goal: Britain may obtain its 78% emissions reduction goal by 2035. That’s claimed by 2 out of the 4 new National Grid ESO’s Future Energy Scenarios (FES). The electricity system operator’s modelling additionally implies that the country is set to attain net zero by 2050 or…
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A new £3.9m increase for ‘greener’ space research

A new £3.9m increase for ‘greener’ space research: The UK Space Agency has reported a new funding for low carbon space propulsion technology of £3.9 million. The grant will back the advancement of a new ground-breaking tech, named SABRE, that is anticipated to allow low carbon air-breathing space access propulsion technology to be set up…
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Ofgem’s 2.2m for twelve chosen charities

Ofgem’s 2.2m for twelve chosen charities Twelve charities are expecting to see more than £2.2 million of funding given to them from Ofgem‘s Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme. The scheme collects voluntary payments from a variety of energy companies throughout the country that may have breached rules. The funds then are given to support vulnerable…
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Gas bills rise and emissions shall fall

Gas bills rise and emissions shall fall Recent news states that the government is reportedly considering a potential increase in gas bills in the aim to assist the country’s efforts towards reducing carbon dioxide emissions from fossil-fuel heating systems. According to a report by The Times, this will be part of a carbon reduction scheme…
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The new center of EVs for the UK could be in Sunderland

The new center of EVs for the UK could be in Sunderland Nissan has recently revealed they will become home to a brand new £1 billion gigafactory. The new project, which has been described as transformational for the region, has recently been launched with a huge investment from Nissan and Envision AESC. The new plant…
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IRENA Price of renewable energy cheaper than fossil fuels

IRENA Price of renewable energy cheaper than fossil fuels: Almost 62% of whole renewable power generation that was added last year had reduced prices compared to the lowest new fossil fuel choices. A fresh paper by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) implies that prices of renewable energy technologies carried on falling  year-on-year in 2020…
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