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Transport minister hails SSE partnership as it launches COP26 electric bus tour from London to Glasgow of net zero projects
Transport minister Trudy Harrison MP has signalled her support for a unique electric bus tour from London to Glasgow to celebrate low carbon energy and transport projects that are transforming our lives.
SSE urges public to sign their name on the world’s largest offshore wind farm in COP26 call to action
SSE, one of the UK’s largest low-carbon power firms and a Principal Partner of COP26, are inviting those who want to see an ambitious climate action agreed at COP26 to show their support by putting their name on the world’s largest offshore wind farm – with UK Prime Minister and COP26 President Alok Sharma among the first to sign up.
SSE Renewables enters Japanese offshore wind market
New joint ownership offshore wind company with Pacifico Energy will pursue offshore development projects in Japan.
COP26 President consigns coal to the history books and looks to low-carbon future
Alok Sharma hails SSE’s transition from coal-fired power to low-carbon alternatives as significant step in decarbonising industrial heartlands and calls on other nations to make bold commitments to ‘power past coal’ at the Glasgow summit.
Supporting the next generation of energy leaders
Tackling climate change will need a net zero army and engineers will play a huge roll in building the infrastructure of the future.
Carbon capture gets video game treatment ahead of COP26
The next generation of Scottish video games designers are playing their part in the race to net zero thanks to a partnership between SSE Thermal, part of SSE Plc, and Abertay University.
Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero and Energy opens Gordonbush Extension wind farm
Michael Matheson, visits Scotland’s newest onshore wind farm, Gordonbush Extension
Renewables can limit the impact of surging global commodity prices
Energy is an essential service and it’s always difficult when prices are going up. This week Ofgem increased the energy price cap, reflecting the consistently high global gas prices seen in recent months.
The need to power change has never been more urgent
This morning the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published the first part of its Sixth Assessment Report on climate change. The largest ever report produced on climate change issues a stark warning: the world is running out of time to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Exchequer Secretary visits Keadby on trip to East Coast Cluster
Net Zero Treasury Secretary visits Keadby to hear more on carbon capture and storage.