Nissan given green light on 20MW solar farm expansion at Sunderland plant
Nissan has been given the green light to expand a solar farm at its Sunderland plant, which is currently undergoing a huge investment project to create a new Gigafactory.
Net-Zero Business podcast: Princes' journey to carbon neutrality and spotlight on beyond-supply energy options
In response to the accelerated pace at which corporates are examining and setting net-zero targets to help alleviate the climate crisis, edie's monthly Net-Zero Business podcast was created. Up next, we talk low-carbon food and drink with Princes and business energy solutions with EDF Energy.
After a bumper year for UK green policy updates, what gaps remain on the road to net-zero?
Although the UK Government has published a swathe of environmental policy updates around COP26 this year, there are still "mixed signals" as the argument that sustainability and profitability are at odds rages on.
Exxon pledges $15bn to meet updated decarbonisation targets, but fails to align with climate science
ExxonMobil has announced a new plan to reduce absolute emissions by 20% by 2030 and kick-started a $15bn investment plan through to 2027. But the firm will likely continue to face intense scrutiny from the green economy.
Amazon increases renewable energy procurement by 40%
Online retail giant Amazon has revealed that it increased its renewable energy procurement by 40% over the last year, scaling its renewable energy project portfolio by more than 2GW of capacity.
EU to start measuring embodied carbon emissions from buildings
The European Commission is considering a new EU-wide requirement to measure the carbon emissions associated with construction materials throughout their whole lifecycle but is expected to stop short of regulating.
National Grid: Post-COP26, net-zero ambitions must urgently be turned into action
EXCLUSIVE: National Grid's UK sustainability manager Steven Thompson has spoken of how stakeholders from all parts of society are no longer likely to be impressed by long-term net-zero visions, without credible plans for delivery this decade.
North of Tyne Combined Authority launches new fund to help SMEs take climate action
The North of Tyne Combined Authority has launched a new £18m Green New Deal Fund, which will support public sector organisations and local SMEs to decarbonise their operations and improve nature.
UK Government set to extend deadlines for non-domestic renewable heat scheme
UK businesses seeking the Government's support to decarbonise will likely have an extra year to apply to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), as a proposed extension to the scheme has been announced.
Ed Miliband named Shadow Secretary for climate change and net-zero in Labour reshuffle
Labour has named former party leader Ed Miliband as its new Shadow Secretary of State of Climate Change and Net Zero, as part of a Shadow Cabinet reshuffle that will see him champion a New Green Deal in the UK.
Report: Yorkshire, Wales, among UK regions in urgent need of more green jobs
The UK Government's plans will not be enough to deliver its vision of two million jobs by 2030 overall, and also risk backwards steps on the levelling up piece, PwC is warning.
BP plans 500MW green hydrogen plant in UK
Energy giant BP has announced plans to co-locate a new 500MW green hydrogen facility with its blue hydrogen facility, proposed for Teesside.
Hydrogen fuel cell partnerships and new government funding for UK tidal: The sustainability success stories of the week
As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainable business success stories of the week from across the globe.
Scottish distilleries receive £11.3m Government funding pot for hydrogen and biogas
A string of Scottish distilleries have received funding from the UK Government's Net-Zero Innovation Portfolio, to help them switch to low-carbon heating systems that use hydrogen and biogas.
WBA: Companies unwilling to draw up net-zero transition plans are 'being willfully obtuse'
The World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA) has told edie that, despite the growing global movement towards net-zero - and the implementation of just transition mandates for businesses in nations including the UK - some firms are still arguing that they don't need to change their strategies.
New climate disclosure framework launched to help SMEs on road to net-zero
CDP and the SME Climate Hub have launched a new framework to help SMEs measure, report and reduce their climate impacts, amid growing concerns that they are facing numerous decarbonisation barriers that do not impact large firms as much.
Taking place TODAY: edie's online Net-Zero Carbon Inspiration Sessions
Sustainability specialists from Pukka Herbs, Virgin Media O2, Costain and the Zero Carbon Forum are among our host of expert speakers for our digital Net-Zero Carbon Inspiration Sessions, taking place TODAY (25 November).
edie Explains: Scope 3 carbon emissions
What are Scope 3 emissions? How are they calculated? How can they be mitigated and reduced? And, what are the business benefits of doing so? This free edie Explains guide gives you everything you need to know.
Oxford University bags £4.5m from Ikea Foundation for sustainable finance research
Retailer Ikea's charitable foundation is allocating a £4.5m grant to the University of Oxford's Sustainable Finance Group, which is working to help the UK's financial sector align with the Paris Agreement's climate pathways.
IONITY: Car giants and BlackRock plan €700m investment to scale rapid EV charging network
The automakers behind the IONITY venture - which is planning to create a "super" network of rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers across Europe - have announced an investment package aimed at quadrupling the project's charging stock by 2025.
Almost all electric utilities and carmakers failing to decarbonise in line with 1.5C, says damning report
Just 7% of large carmakers and 2% of large electric utility firms are decarbonising at the pace required to avert the worst impacts of the climate crisis, according to a major new analysis of 80 corporates out today (24 November).
New Net-Zero Estate Playbook plots decarbonisation of UK Government's buildings
The UK Government has published a new 'playbook' detailing how it plans to decarbonise public sector buildings including schools, hospitals and prisons in line with national net-zero targets.
Carbon Innovation Fund: Co-op to allocate £3m to projects creating low-carbon food systems
Retailer the Co-op and its charity, the Co-op Foundation, are launching a £3m innovation fund that will support projects that slash greenhouse gas emissions and improve social sustainability across the food value chain.
Ford's EV ambition and Ocado's ClimeWorks partnership: The sustainable business success stories of the week
As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainable business success stories of the week from across the globe.
Bringing fashion industry emissions to net-zero by 2050 'a $1trn investment opportunity', report finds
The global fashion industry is currently on a 3C temperature pathway and bringing it down to 1.5C, a new report has revealed, will take $1.04trn of investment in low-carbon solutions and moves to dramatically improve resource efficiency.
Net-Zero November: Keep up the momentum post-COP26 with edie's bumper month of content and events
The dust is now settling on COP26, but the award-winning edie content team will be keeping the conversation going throughout Net-Zero November - a whole month of digital content and live events dedicated to turning ambition into action as we deliver a more resilient, zero-carbon economy.
IEA: Rate of energy efficiency improvements needs to double to put world on track for net-zero
Globally, energy efficiency has improved in 2021 after a rocky 2020, according to a new analysis from the International Energy Agency (IEA). But the rate of progress will need to at least double to put the world on track for net-zero by 2050, the Agency is warning.
Only one in four UK suppliers regularly asked for climate data by end-user businesses, survey reveals
Despite an uptick in corporate commitments to net-zero supply chains, just 25% of the UK suppliers polled in a recent survey stated that their buyers routinely ask them for emissions information.
Which UK cities are the new climate 'A-Listers' - and why?
CDP has just published its 2021 Cities A-list, with the UK having more than twice as many locations on the list than in 2020. Here, edie looks at the 10 UK cities to have made the cut, summarising their green plans and progress to date.
UK facing green industry supply chain pressures, urged to boost recycling and productivity
The UK is facing a supply chain crunch on critical components needed for green industries like electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing, with a new Green Alliance report calling for the UK to build up domestic recycling of these valuable materials as part of energy saving measures.
London's Natural History Museum to cut emissions by 60% within a decade
In what it claims is the first 1.5C-aligned science-based emissions reductions target from a museum, the Natural History Museum has announced a new aim for a 60% reduction in carbon emissions by 2031.
Funding boost to develop EV charging infrastructure roadmap for UK's rural regions
A project working to map out the future of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in the UK's rural regions, trialling solutions in Devon, has received grant funding from Innovate UK this week.
Report: Climate inaction from energy and automotive firms to rack up costs of $150bn each year
Businesses in the coal, oil and gas, power generation and automotive sectors are failing to plan for an orderly net-zero transition, posing a sizeable risk to financial markets, a new report is warning.
SSE outlines £12.5bn net-zero investment plan through to 2026
Energy giant SSE has unveiled a £12.5bn capital investment plan for decarbonisation through to 2026, representing a 65% increase in spending on the low-carbon transition on current levels.
Landsec outlines £135m net-zero investment plans as Sir Robert McAlpine announces next decarbonisation steps
In positive moves towards a low-carbon built environment sector in the UK, property developer Landsec has published a multi-million-pound investment scheme to support the delivery of science-based emissions targets, while construction and engineering firm Sir Robert McAlpine has pledged to develop 1.5C-aligned targets.
Starbucks and Arla to trial new sustainable dairy sourcing blueprint in the UK
Starbucks has partnered with Arla UK to support dairy farmers in reducing emissions, as the coffee chain strives to halve carbon emissions across its value chain by 2030.
Tackling Scope 3 emissions: New initiative launched to help businesses achieve net-zero value chains
In recognition of the fact that indirect (Scope 3) emissions typically account for the bulk of a business's climate footprint, a new initiative has been launched to help firms of all sizes and sectors measure and reduce them in line with climate science.
Glasgow Climate Pact: How can businesses keep 1.5C alive?
The UK Government wanted COP26 to keep the 1.5C trajectory of the Paris Agreement "alive" and the verdict is that it has, but just barely. But with some nations set to renegade on mechanisms included in COP26's Glasgow Climate Pact, it is clear that businesses need to become a unified driver of the net-zero movement.
Shell cites net-zero as reason for moving base from the Netherlands to the UK
Royal Dutch Shell is planning to simplify its share structure and move its tax residence and head office to the UK, in a move it claims will help it to "accelerate" its net-zero plans.
Major green hydrogen facility planned for West Sussex
Another major green hydrogen production project for the UK is progressing, with the Port of Shoreham in West Sussex having granted H2 Green permission to develop a renewable energy hub.
'Few quick wins or cheap fixes': NIC begins plotting delivery of net-zero UK energy systems
The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has outlined plans for addressing some of the UK's major barriers to net-zero through to 2023, pledging an increased focus on low-carbon heating and scaling up hydrogen.
Survey: Two-thirds of UK firms with net-zero targets don't have the data to support delivery
Just 35% of UK-based businesses with net-zero targets have collected their emissions baseline data and prepared to measure emissions going forward, a new survey has found.
COP26 Covered Podcast episode 13: The Built Environment Day climate debate LIVE
With the final full day of COP26 being Cities, Regions & Built Environment Day, Luke convenes a lively podcast panel to discuss the key announcements and net-zero developments across the sector – featuring senior reps from the UK Green Building Council, building materials company Holcim, and professional services firm Jacobs.
Insetting and mandatory disclosure: Triodos Bank on how the finance sector can reach net-zero
Last week, Triodos Bank UK unveiled a net-zero emissions target for its loans and fund investments for 2035. To mark Net-Zero November, the bank's chief executive Bevis Watts discusses how mandatory planning and disclosure can drive the sector to invest in low-carbon and nature-based solutions.
COP26: UKGBC unveils new tool to help businesses measure and reduce carbon across building lifecycles
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has unveiled its much-anticipated Whole Life Carbon Roadmap - a tool to help businesses across the built environment sector measure and cut carbon from materials, processes, operation and demolition.
Fossil fuel phase-outs and new climate action plans remain in COP26 final draft, with strings attached
COP26 President Alok Sharma had unveiled a final draft proposal for negotiations, with key measures to raising climate ambitions by the end of 2022 and the phase-out of "inefficient" fossil fuel subsidies surviving in the texts.
9 things you need to know from Transport Day at COP26
Transport has been the order of the day for the presidency programme at COP26 on the second and final Wednesday (10 November) of the summit. Here, edie rounds up eight of the day's major headlines.
#SustyTalk: Seizing the clean transport opportunities of 2021
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with an exclusive panel discussion, held to take stock of the biggest opportunities and challenges for low-carbon transport in the context of Covid-19 and the climate crisis.
COP26: Nations to develop aviation emissions targets, airlines use joint purchasing power to scale alternative fuels
Nations and states representing more than 40% of global aviation emissions have committed to developing a new 1.5C-aligned joint emissions target at COP26, while a coalition of aviation firms have unveiled new measures to scale supply chains for sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs).
COP26: US, China, major brands sit out of new global pledge on transitioning to 100% zero-emission vehicles
To mark Transport Day (10 November) at COP26, 32 nations plus hundreds of cities, regions and businesses have signed a new commitment to end petrol and diesel vehicle sales by 2040 - but there are several notable absences.
Report: New funding mechanisms needed for EVs and charging to spur low-carbon transport uptake
Vehicle and charging bundles, health certification for batteries and local authority engagement are among 18 recommendations from the Green Finance Institute in order to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK.
Government allocates £210m for small modular nuclear reactors
The UK Government has confirmed a funding pot of £210m to assist the development of the small modular reactors (SMR) that will be backed by more than £250m in private sector investment.
Survey: Half of large businesses yet to set clear low-carbon transition plans, risking climate goals and worker livelihoods
A survey of chief executives and other board members at more than 1,000 companies has found that, despite acknowledgement of climate risks and the need for reskilling in the low-carbon transition, just half have a detailed plan for reducing emissions and supporting workers.
Businesses pledge to expand green hydrogen supply and demand at COP26
A group of 28 global companies spanning the mining, manufacturing and financial sectors has pledged to grow both the demand and supply of green hydrogen, in a move that could help nations meet net-zero commitments.
Science and Innovation Day at COP26: Nations forge new collaborations on climate resilience, health, low-carbon materials
As Science and Innovation Day (9 November) begins at COP26, a string of new collaborations has been launched by nations, in a bid to make low-carbon materials and industrial technologies affordable, and to improve climate resilience in developing nations.
COP26: 23 nations commit to cleantech 'missions' on buildings, heavy industries, fuels, carbon capture
China, India, the UK, US and EU are among a cohort of 23 governments announcing new plans to catalyse cleantech investment today (9 November) at COP26 in Glasgow.
'COP26 Declaration': £5.9bn asset owners set out net-zero expectations
UK-based asset owners with investments of more than £5.9bn, including universities and NGOs, have called for their asset managers to align their portfolios with a 1.5C temperature pathway on the road to net-zero by 2050 at the latest and have set minimum expectations for fund managers on exclusions, divestment and engagement.'
The first week of COP26: The 10 biggest stories
It's half-time on the two-week push to move the world towards the 1.5C ambition of the Paris Agreement, with negotiations set to continue following a rest day on Sunday (7 November). Here, edie summarises all the key development from the first week of COP26.
COP26: Solar-powered boilers and better climate curriculum promised for UK schools
Education Minister Nadhim Zahawi has delivered a COP26 in Glasgow today, outlining the next steps for decarbonizing UK schools and improving climate-related education for under-18s.
HSBC UK launches £500m green fund for SMEs
UK banking giant has launched a new £500m green funding initiative to help small and medium-sized businesses decarbonise and invest in green initiatives.
The Climate Group's Helen Clarkson on uniting businesses for clean energy systems at COP26
EXCLUSIVE: The Climate Group's chief executive Helen Clarkson has spoken to edie on Energy Day of COP26 in Glasgow, discussing the need for businesses to collectively use their purchasing power, policy influence and community links to help accelerate a just transition to clean energy.
Major nations join global plan to improve product energy efficiency
Australia, Indonesia, Japan and Nigeria have joined a collaborative initiative steered by the UK Government and the International Energy Agency (IEA) aimed at drastically improving the energy efficiency of appliances such as lighting, refrigerators and air conditioners.
#SustyTalk: Seizing the clean energy opportunities of 2021
edie's #SustyTalk video interview series continues with an exclusive panel discussion, published to mark 'energy day' at COP26. This panel, hosted in association with Virgin Media O2, also features experts from National Grid, Lekela and the REA.
#SustyTalk: EDF's Matthew Nunn on energy strategies fit for the net-zero transition
edie's #SustyTalk series of sustainability-related interviews continues with an exclusive discussion with EDF UK's director of I&C sales and marketing Matthew Nunn, as part of edie's Net-Zero November.
The necessity of net-zero
To mark Energy Day at COP26, edie's headline sponsor of Net-Zero November, EDF, outlines how businesses can get to grips with net-zero strategies.
Centrica CEO: UK Government is right to mandate net-zero transition plans from businesses
EXCLUSIVE: Centrica's chief executive Chris O'Shea has told edie that investors have been pushing the business to publish a net-zero transition plan - but that other firms may not be feeling this pressure, making the UK Government's new mandatory disclosure requirements essential.
60% of Britain's largest businesses now signed up to Race to Zero
Almost two-thirds of FTSE100 companies have signed up to the UN's Race to Zero campaign, designed to accelerate the adoption of credible net-zero targets at, during, and beyond COP26.
Natwest’s Rishi Madlani on financing the global net-zero transition
EXCLUSIVE: Natwest Group's head of sustainable finance has spoken to edie on Finance Day of COP26 in Glasgow, discussing the need for greater alignment between Governments, banks and regions to accelerate green business action beyond the climate talks.
Corporate Determined Contributions: Business vows to play its part in delivering Paris Agreement
Businesses are calling at COP26 for a mechanism for delivering emissions reductions aligned with the Paris Agreement, similar to that currently used by countries - Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).
Top 10 talking points: The story so far at COP26
It's been a frantic first few days at COP26 as world leaders opened the two-week negotiations with a raft of new pledges and collaborative efforts to tackle some of the world's most pressing environmental issues. Here, edie rounds up the key talking points so far.
International Sustainability Standards Board launches as investors worth $130trn focus in on climate
The IFRS Foundation Trustees have marked Finance Day at COP26 by confirming the formation of an International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) to create a globe baseline for corporate sustainability disclosures that meet investor demands.
BT and Unilever among business giants supporting other firms to halve supplier emissions
A new collaborative platform for businesses striving to cut emissions sharply across their supply chains has been launched by a string of big businesses including BT, Unilever and Ikea.
7 things you need to know from Day Two of the COP26 World Leaders Summit
After scene-setting speeches from Sir David Attenborough, Barbados' Prime Minister Mia Mottley and others on Monday (1 November), Tuesday was another jam-packed day at COP26. Here, edie rounds up seven key announcements from Day Two of the World Leaders Summit.
World leaders launch 'breakthrough agenda' for affordable cleantech globally
More than 40 world leaders, including those representing the UK, the US, India, China and the EU, have signed up to a new declaration aiming to deliver clean and affordable technology and solutions across the globe by 2030.
Johan Rockström on avoiding 'disaster path' for climate change at COP26
EXCLUSIVE: One of the world's most influential Earth scientists, Johan Rockström, has told edie that the COP26 climate summit is 'one of our final chances' to bring the world back to within the 1.5C limit of global warming, and that businesses have a critical role to play in accelerating climate action.
JCB signs multi-billion-pound green hydrogen deal
Industrial equipment manufacturer JCB has signed a deal to purchase billions of pounds' worth of green hydrogen from Australia, and confirmed plans to accelerate the development of the next generation of hydrogen engines.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveils £3bn climate aid commitment at COP26
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled major new climate funding of more than £3bn to help developing nations embrace green growth, as he used his speech at the COP26 Opening Ceremony to call on nations to "set off on a journey to a cleaner, greener future".
Energy and automotive giants 'failing to ensure just transition to net-zero for workers and communities'
A major assessment of how automotive, oil and gas and electric utility giants are approaching decarbonisation has found that almost none have properly planned to safeguard workers and communities against the potential impacts on their livelihoods.
John Lewis links £420m loan to net-zero target
The John Lewis Partnership has signed a five-year revolving credit facility worth £420m that will be linked to environmental targets such as the retailer's effort to reach net-zero emissions by 2035.
Report: $100trn needed to get global supply chains to net-zero and up to half must go to SMEs
Up to half of the estimated $100trn investment needed to get global supply chains to net-zero by 2050 will need to go to SMEs, a new analysis from HSBC and Boston Consulting Group has concluded.
UK Government failing to support local councils on road to net-zero, MPs warn
Despite numerous warnings that the UK will not meet its net-zero target without better supporting local low-carbon transitions for buildings and transport, little has been done by the Government in recent months to engage councils.
Most businesses think they will have to go beyond net-zero to tackle the climate crisis
Six in 10 businesses are concerned that delivering against long-term net-zero targets alone will not create an adequate response to the climate crisis, a major survey by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) has revealed.
Less 'Blah, Blah, Blah'! More action
Greta Thunberg has called for business and governments to stop the 'blah, blah, blah' and get on with tackling the climate crisis. Tim Wynn-Jones, Business Development Director at Centrica Business Solutions, discusses how business can 'walk the talk' on sustainability.
Science Based Targets initiative launches net-zero standard for corporates
The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has today (28 October) unveiled the world's first standard for corporate net-zero emissions aligned to climate science.
Net-zero guidance launched for financial institutions and pension providers
Ahead of the G20 Summit in Rome this weekend, the UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) has published a set of recommendations for financial institutions to reach net-zero, while a net-zero transition plan has also been published for pension providers.
Just 41% of UK businesses prepared to transition to net-zero by 2050, Microsoft research finds
Most UK businesses have "one foot in and one foot out" on sustainability, with more than half (59%) unprepared to meet the Government's legally binding 2050 net-zero target, new research covering almost 2,000 firms has found.
Sainsbury's brings net-zero target forward to 2035 for direct emissions
Sainsbury's is bringing forward its net-zero commitment for operational emissions from 2040 to 2035, claiming that "extensive investment and innovation" will enable more rapid decarbonisation.
Report: UK can still meet climate ambitions if all large businesses in set 1.5C science-based targets
Unless all large businesses in the UK draw up and implement plans decarbonise in line with the Paris Agreement's 1.5C trajectory within two years, the nation risks missing its long-term net-zero target.
Rio Tinto announces $7.5bn plan to halve operational carbon emissions by 2030
Multinational mining giant Rio Tinto has increased its decarbonisation targets and announced a $7.5bn spending plan to support the halving of operational carbon emissions by 2030.
Glasgow unveils Green Deal draft to reach net-zero emissions by 2030
Glasgow City Council has unveiled its draft plan for a new Green Deal that would see the city reach net-zero emissions by 2030 while also improving resiliency and quality of living.
Recapping a bumper week for UK green policy: Here's what you need to know
To say it has been a busy week for green policy announcements in the UK would be an understatement. Here, edie recaps the key changes from the Net-Zero Strategy, Heat and Buildings Strategy, Environment Bill and HM Treasury.
UK's second green gilt raises a further £6bn for low-carbon projects
The UK Treasury has confirmed the second sale of its green gilts package, bringing total funding for projects assisting the net-zero transition to £16bn to date.
Emissions reductions and offsetting enable EY to reach carbon-negative status
Professional services firm EY has announced that it a combination of decarbonising and offsetting now means that it removes more carbon than it emits.
BBC sets science-based targets to support 2030 net-zero goal
The BBC has announced plans to cut direct emissions by 46% by 2030, and indirect emissions by 28% within the same timeframe, before offsetting emissions to reach net-zero.
UK's biggest restaurants and brewers pledge net-zero operations by 2030, value chains by 2040
A coalition of almost 30 of the UK's biggest restaurants and brewers including Nando's, Burger King and Adnams, set up to plot a joint course to net-zero for the sector, has now revealed its plans for delivering decarbonisation.
Survey: Three-quarters of UK SMEs without credible plans to reduce emissions
UK-based small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) will need far more support to decarbonise, lest the nation risk missing its net-zero target, a new survey has revealed.
BMW inks deal for fossil-free steel manufactured using hydrogen and renewables
BMW Group has announced plans to begin sourcing steel produced using fossil-fuel-free methods from 2025, claiming that the material produces up to 95% less emissions on a lifecycle basis.
At a glance: All the key announcements in the Net-Zero Strategy
The UK Government has finally published its Net-Zero Strategy, a comprehensive run-through of how the nation will decarbonise in a way that "transforms every sector of the global economy", although some green groups don't believe the steps outlined in the Strategy can mobilise action to deliver net-zero by 2050.
Net-Zero Review: Carbon pricing won't offset tax revenue losses from fossil fuels
On the day that the UK's Net-Zero Strategy was published, the Treasury has warned that policies must be put in place to address a £37bn deficit that could arise from a loss of tax revenue as the shift away from fossil fuel continues.
Four key inclusions in the Heat and Buildings Strategy
The UK Government has unveiled its long-awaited plans for transitioning heat and buildings to net-zero. Here, edie pulls out the key facts and stats from the Heat and Buildings Strategy.