EMEC to explore floating wind and hydrogen opportunities in Scotland and France

Research will be carried out to understand the technical status of floating wind and hydrogen in the two countries and identify ways collaboration can be encouraged

Food worth £1.2bn goes to waste before hitting supermarket shelves

New research from WRAP reveals around 3.6m tonnes of food surplus and waste occurs annually in farms and in food supply chains

Businesses offered £19m to drive supply chain processes for electric switch

Britain will need to switch to electrification across many sectors, from automotive to energy distribution, in order to meet its 2050 net zero goal

Air BP-Neste fly high with new sustainable aviation fuel partnership

Sustainable aviation fuel is made by blending conventional, fossil-based kerosene with renewable hydrocarbons produced from recycled cooking oil, for example

Big corporate buyers driving emission cuts in supply chains

The world’s largest purchasing organisations are driving down emissions across their supply chains. That’s according to a new report, which reveals suppliers worldwide reduced 434 million tonnes of Carbon Dioxide last year – equivalent to more than France’s total greenhouse gas emissions in 2014. That led to cost savings of $12.4 billion (£10bn), more than […]

UK and France pledge to help SMEs in nuclear supply chain

The UK and French Governments have agreed to work together to build new nuclear power stations and maximise opportunities for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) in the supply chains. Energy Secretary Ed Davey and French Energy Minister Phillipe Martin met during the Franco-British Summit in Oxfordshire to discuss how the two nations can develop […]