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Competition for Businesses Developing Low and Zero Emission Technologies Opens for Applications - 27th June 2018 (UK)

Businesses can apply for a share of up to £30 million to develop vehicle technologies that significantly reduce CO2 emissions and improve air quality.

The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), a government-industry body that aims to make the UK a global centre of excellence for low carbon vehicle development and production, has up to £30 million to invest in technologies that support the long-term development of low and zero emission vehicles in the UK. 187 more words

Funding Updates

Can a city ever be truly ‘carbon neutral’?

This guest blog was written by Joe Blakey, PhD Researcher and Sherilyn MacGregor, Reader in Environmental Politics, at the Sustainable Consumption Institute, University of Manchester. 995 more words


It is time be more ambitious - the UK's Climate Change Act needs strengthening

Joanna Haigh, co-director of the Grantham Institute — Climate Change and the Environment, and John Krebs, emeritus professor of zoology at the University of Oxford and former member of the… 703 more words


Ecobuild 2018

It’s been a while since I last managed to visit Ecobuild, but finally this year I managed to wrangle a one-day visit. I had missed it! 748 more words


The lower the climate sensitivity the better - but what we need is zero carbon

Following the publication of a paper presenting a new narrower estimate of “equilibrium climate sensitivity” – a measure of how future greenhouse gas emissions could alter the climate – … 505 more words

Climate Change

Carbon Recycling Technology

CRT Carbon Recycling Technology known as “Ramana Cycle” is a new patented concept and system that addresses current problems faced by energy industries with a single solution. 358 more words

Clean Energy