Lululemon Greenwashing

Lessons from Lululemon: it’s all about Scope 3

The activewear brand Lululemon is under investigation by Canada’s Competition Bureau after accusations of greenwashing. UK businesses in the clothing industry should take this...
Looking up at two nuclear reactors from below. A plant in Cheshire will receive funding from the government.

UK rockets nuclear forward with £196m investment

The government has announced a large investment in UK nuclear as well as a new consultation on nuclear fusion.UK to step forward as nuclear...
Looking down on super computer data centre

Norse power: How University of York slashed the carbon footprint of its Viking supercomputer

When the University of York needed to replace its ageing Viking supercomputer, a shift to Scandinavia may not have been the obvious choice. We...
A row of electricity pylons in front of a setting sun, potentially to be impacted by Market-wide Half-hourly settlements

Market-wide Half-Hourly Settlement: Fundamental change to the UK electricity market

Regulatory change is coming that will affect all UK energy suppliers and their customers. The reform will require electricity suppliers to settle based on...
A factory shows a CCUS system

CCUS: Call for evidence to help drive forward transportation of captured emissions

The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero has today (8 May) opened a call for evidence on how to best transport captured carbon...
An arial view looks down on parked transporter trucks.

EU approves new sustainable supply chain rules

In a significant move towards enhancing corporate accountability and sustainability, the European Parliament has greenlit the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD). The directive,...
Welsh Government launches £20m decarbonisation fund for universities and colleges

Welsh Government launches £20m decarbonisation fund for universities and colleges

A new £20m loan scheme to accelerate net zero in tertiary education has been announced for Wales.DIGARBON (which means ‘decarbonise’ in Welsh) opens for...
REMA reform: what could it mean for your business?

REMA reform: what could it mean for your business?

The UK government is carrying out the biggest reform of our electricity markets in a generation. If your business is a high-volume energy user,...

NHS bidders: time to make a carbon reduction plan

As of April 2024, any business tendering for a contract with NHS England will need to have a carbon reduction plan. This requirement was already in place for large suppliers, but is being extended to cover all new procurements. If your business plans to supply goods or services to the NHS, what do you need to know?
Non-commodity charges: Why are they increasing and what does it mean for business?

Non-commodity charges: Why are they increasing and what does it mean for business?

Among the components of an energy bill, two significant elements stand out: commodity and non-commodity charges. These two charges dictate actual costs and also...

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