Global Procurement Group is a finalist in two categories in the prestigious 2020 Lloyds Bank National Business Awards.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed a £3 billion green jobs plan to save money, cut carbon and boost employment in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic – but what do businesses think?
That’s the suggestion from Matthew Vickers, CEO and Chief Ombudsman at the Energy Ombudsman, who spoke to ELN’s News Editor Jonny Bairstow about how the pandemic had affected the nature of complaints the organisation was receiving
Our reader survey shows 73% believe net zero plans should be supported after coronavirus, with just a fifth fearing a set back to their ambitions
That’s the suggestion from Michael Phelan, who spoke to Energy Live News about the impact of coronavirus on the sector and its decarbonisation goals
As a result of an ‘unprecedented’ drop in global prices and demand, the global pipeline industry is looking at extended delays and stalls
‘The coronavirus pandemic has woken many people up to the need to work towards net zero’
That’s the suggestion from Aimee Konieczny, Head of Client Relationships at Indigo Swan, who spoke to Energy Live News about how the lockdown would likely change things for the sector in the future
The impact of Covid‑19 on energy demand in 2020 could be more than seven times larger than the impact of the 2008 financial crisis on global energy demand
The supplier says the coronavirus pandemic is forcing it to scale back operations and focus on priority work