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Glasgow bids to become UK's first net zero city

Glasgow bids to become UK's first net zero city

The city council and ScottishPower say they will work together towards achieving net zero carbon emissions ahead of Scotland’s 2045 nationwide target.

Melbourne makes major investments in parks, waste and water

Melbourne makes major investments in parks, waste and water

The city is investing more than $19m in capital works to respond to the impact of climate change, better manage its parklands and urban forests and conserve water.

Digital twin technology aims to put sustainability at the heart of smart cities

Digital twin technology aims to put sustainability at the heart of smart cities

The platform from IES will link IoT data, sensor readings or any other data source to investigate the sustainability and energy efficiency of any built environment.

European countries partner for floating offshore wind project

European countries partner for floating offshore wind project

The €31 million project aims to demonstrate survivability and cost-competitiveness of floating offshore wind technology.

‘Talent emergency’ looms for power sector

‘Talent emergency’ looms for power sector

Almost half of all power professionals are concerned about an impending skills shortage but for some it is already here, according to the Global Energy Talent Index

Atos predicts profound change for energy sector

Atos predicts profound change for energy sector

Utility providers are facing a “race to transform” to meet the merging challenges as water begins to open up and renewables enter the mainstream