At Scottish Renewables’ Net-Zero Energy Conference in Edinburgh this week (March 21-22) industry leaders will set out their vision for a secure, affordable, low-carbon energy system.
Asendia, the joint venture between La Poste and Swiss Post, today announces it has received an official carbon offsetting certificate for 2022.
Start-ups from around the world can play a leading role in helping an essential global industry in its efforts to cut CO2 emissions and help solve the climate challenge.
In an important milestone on its ongoing journey towards Net Zero, Glasgow-based R-Biopharm Rhone, manufacturer and distributor of analytical test kits, has become the first Company in its sector to be certified as carbon neutral.
If concrete was a country, it would have been the world’s third-largest carbon dioxide emitter behind only China and the US. This is no surprise given that it is the second most used material in the globe after water, it produces roughly 8% of greenhouse gas emissions. Decarbonization of concrete is essential to meeting the UN net zero targets.
Woodward L’Orange – one of the world’s leading manufacturers of injection systems and engine components used in ships, powerplants, oil platforms, trains and mining vehicles - has strengthened its environmental commitment with the announcement it is switching to a new range of fully recycled plastic packaging for its products.
Gas detection and spectroscopy expert Umicore Coatings Services has called for an immediate focus on methane after a shocking report highlighted how ‘super-emitters’ of the greenhouse gas risk derailing efforts to curb global warming, and could push climate change past the point of no return.
Valmet will deliver a turbine automation system to Statkraft’s gas power plant in Emden, Germany. The new system will replace an obsolete third-party turbine controller on a gas turbine.
Kyocera UK, a leader in document solutions, has expanded its printer portfolio with four new printers from its ECOSYS range: the PA4500x, PA5000x, PA5500x & PA6000x.
As part of the offering for board and paper makers, Valmet has developed Enzymatic Starch Cooking ZE (zero effluent) to improve operational reliability and quality of the starch cooking process.