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UK brings end of coal power forward to October 2024

UK brings end of coal power forward to October 2024

The move is part of the UK government’s commitment to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The UK will cease using coal to generate electricity from 1 October 2024.

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Drastic increase in low carbon heating installation needed to reach net zero

Drastic increase in low carbon heating installation needed to reach net zero

There needs to be a 40-fold increase in the rate of installation of low carbon heating systems in UK homes if the government’s net zero commitment is to be met, a report has found.

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Majority of UK small businesses unaware of net zero opportunities

Majority of UK small businesses unaware of net zero opportunities

The majority of the UK’s small businesses do not see net zero as an opportunity for investment, according to research.

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Dutch court orders Shell to reduce carbon emissions by 45% in 10 years

Dutch court orders Shell to reduce carbon emissions by 45% in 10 years

A court in The Hague has ruled that Shell must reduce its carbon emissions by 45% within 10 years.

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