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Energy reduction is a priority action area at the top of the IEMA GHG Management hierarchy, essential in helping to achieve and sustain carbon reductions and zero-carbon transition. Energy and associated impacts, often form key environmental aspects within Environmental Management Systems. Issues also extend to challenges such as fuel poverty and security of supply.

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A dirty business

The argument that a new coal mine is needed to support UK steel production doesn’t hold water, says Quintin Rayer

28th May 2021

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Electric vehicles (EVs) will be cheaper to make than fossil fuel models across Europe by 2027, Bloomberg New Energy Finance analysis suggests.

28th May 2021

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) has revealed that global renewable electricity capacity will expand at a “much faster pace” than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

28th May 2021

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The world can reach net-zero by 2050 only if governments stop the development of new oil and gas fields as well as building coal-fired power stations this year.

27th May 2021

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The UK's energy regulators are putting billions of pounds of green infrastructure investment at risk by overseeing a market which favours EU energy imports at the expense of home-grown schemes.

26th May 2021

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The UK is the fourth most attractive destination for renewable energy projects, according to a new ranking of 40 countries, with the US claiming top position.

20th May 2021

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The UK's electricity grid was the greenest it's ever been on Easter Monday thanks to a combination of sunny spells, blustery conditions and low energy demand over the holiday weekend.

9th April 2021

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The value of share offerings in fossil fuel companies dropped by $123bn (£89bn) over the last decade as investors shifted finance towards low-carbon alternatives, new research has found.

31st March 2021

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All of the UK's electricity could be provided by renewables within the next 11 years, with hundreds of thousands of jobs created at the same time, new research suggests.

25th February 2021

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