Energy prices return to more normal seasonal prices, but two world’s collide in carbon
The market has responded to a lack of renewable wind generation across the region, and Brexit concerns expose a short-term risk. What do these issues mean for energy buyers?
Peat is made up of organic carbon which has been trapped in the earth for thousands of years and plays a crucial role in naturally trapping and storing carbon
That’s the dire warning from the University of Exeter, which says this could cause a catastrophic feedback loop
The UK’s leading business gas supplier, Gazprom Energy, analyses what’s next for the energy market, in this full day online event.
Deployment time for a project is three to four months, with contract duration starting at five years
International climate change consultancy EcoAct alongside major corporates today published an open source methodology for companies that need to calculate the impacts of an increasing number of employees working from home on corporate carbon emissions.
As we enter the new gas year and the position is set out for the coming winter, what is concerning markets and should be of concern to energy buyers?
A study has found producing battery metals from underwater ‘nodules’ can reduce related carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 75% compared to mining operations on land
Prices remain high while market fundamentals suggest they should be otherwise. Why is that and what is keeping some energy prices inflated?