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World’s first commercial plant to capture carbon dioxide from air opens in Switzerland

The world’s first commercial direct air capture (DAC) plant that collects atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) for supply and sale opened today...

Former energy minister to help promote UK renewables

Former energy minister now conservative peer, Sandip Verma (Baroness Verma), has joined the Board of the UK’s leading green energy trade...

Scotland announces £43 million investment in low-carbon energy infrastructure

Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has announced a £43 million investment programme into 13 low-carbon infrastructure...

Energy price cap proposals: interest groups urge caution

Consumer group and industry leaders are warning that Theresa May could drive energy prices for vulnerable consumers even higher if she places...

Improved manganese removal for Scottish water works

Scottish Water has announced the completion of a £16 million upgrade to water...

Programme launched to mass manufacture fuel cell stacks for hydrogen cars

A pan-European programme has been launched to drive down the cost of hydrogen cars by developing the mass manufacture of fuel cell stacks. ...

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