Engineering Energy & Environment

Norway bets £2.12 billion on Carbon Capture tech

12 mins ago — Long Read

Norway - Europes largest producer of oil - is betting on carbon capture to cut emissions. The Scandinavian country, famous for using its oil-resources to create the world largest sovereign...

Sweden waves goodbye to coal energy two years earlier than planned.

2 months ago — Quick Read

Stockholm Exergi, Swedens leading energy company, has announced the closure of KVV6 in Hjorthagen, eastern Stockholm. The permanent closure marks the last of Swedens coal-fired co-generation power plants. The Scandinavian...

Ocean Cleanup’s Interceptor sets its sights on cleaning 1,000 Rivers in 5 Years

3 months ago — Long Read

A dutch-non-profit organization, The Ocean Cleanup (TOC), has launched a robot that wants to clean the waterways responsible for 80% of the world's river waste within the next five years....

Rolls-Royce plans to roll out mini nuclear reactors by 2029

5 months ago — Long Read

Rolls-Royce has unveiled its plans for 'mini' nuclear reactors that can be quickly assembled from prefabricated components. The British Engineering giant believes its idea of small easily assembled reactors which...

Microsoft set to reboot its carbon footprint

6 months ago — Quick Read

Microsoft has outlined radical plans to entirely reverse its carbon footprint by 2050. The tech giant said those who could afford to move faster and go further on reducing carbon...

Isle of Man aims to hit 75% renewables by 2035

6 months ago — Quick Read

The Isle of Man has revealed a new 'action plan' to tackle the worlds climate crisis by generating 75% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2035. In part, Mann's...