Cleaner fuels

EVs, green ammonia and plant-based proteins could supercharge net zero – study

Three “super-leverage points” could catalyse decarbonisation in sectors covering 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report…

Europe’s oil majors investing eight times more in biofuels than hydrogen

Europe’s oil majors are investing eight times more in biofuels than in hydrogen, according to a new study on behalf…

How to reach ‘zero waste’ alongside net zero

December 2022 saw the UN General Assembly unanimously adopt a landmark resolution on 'zero waste', which was presented by Turkey…

Why critical minerals won’t hamper the green hydrogen revolution

With every year that passes, the hype around green hydrogen builds. Many analysts are now convinced that the gas is…

Facing headwinds at home, Europe and Japan are pushing waste-to-energy technology across South East Asia

“The project developer said all is good,” says Kampol Wadnoi, a village leader from Thalang, in the west of Thailand,…

EU methane law gets renewed attention as energy security saviour

One year ago, the European Commission proposed the first-ever EU law to cut methane emissions, delivering on an EU methane…

TES and EWE to build 500MW green hydrogen electrolyser in Wilhelmshaven

Belgian hydrogen company Tree Energy Solutions (TES) will team up with German utility EWE to build an electrolyser to produce…

New ABB software cuts green hydrogen production cost by 20%

Swedish-Swiss tech giant ABB has launched an energy management system that reduces the cost of green hydrogen production by 20%…

Opinion: Shipping industry to IMO – No. More. Excuses.

At COP27, industry actors from a major, carbon-intensive sector very publicly stepped up their commitments to decarbonise. Private sector leaders…

Can BECCS be saved from the net-zero scrapheap?

Bioenergy with carbon capture and storage, or BECCS, sounds like the perfect net-zero solution: grow some form of plant material,…