Day: 22 April 2016
How ISO 50001 has reduced energy use and sparked behaviour change at npower
EXCLUSIVE: UK gas and electricity supplier npower has revealed that compliance with ISO 50001 has played a crucial part of the company's energy and carbon reduction efforts, igniting behaviour change among staff as a result.
Britain’s diesel car emissions ‘five times over EU limits’, Government tests reveal
Recent claims by the UK Government that it is "leading the push" for greater emissions testing in diesel cars have been branded as "misleading", after a Department for Transport (DfT) investigation revealed that some vehicles are still producing up to 12 times the EU maximum limit for road-tested emissions.
Rolls-Royce targets LED upgrades and on-site solar systems in global emissions crackdown
EXCLUSIVE: Engineering group Rolls-Royce is planning a full-scale roll-out of energy efficiency initiatives and low-carbon technologies across its international estate, including the installation of a giant rooftop solar system at one of its largest UK factories.
Earth Day & Paris Agreement signing ceremony: As it happened
Earth Day 2016 was one of the most important days for the future of our planet, with more than 170 political leaders signing the Paris climate change agreement. Re-live all of the action and reaction as it happened in edie's live green business blog.
Pee power and air-cleaning stalagmites: the best green innovations of the week
After Her Majesty spent the build-up to her 90th birthday listing off some of the most innovative and sustainable companies in the UK, edie rounds up the latest green innovations looking to stake their claim to the throne of the oncoming low-carbon kingdom.
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