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The month in energy: July 2023

28 July 2023

Renewable energy on the rise: 2024 set to overthrow coal as the leading global electricity provider

According to the latest Electricity Market Report from the IEA, 2024 could become the first year whereby more electricity is generated worldwide from renewables.

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Rishi Sunak warned that neglecting climate change contradicts business and voter interests.

Over a hundred of UK’s biggest businesses have encouraged Rishi Sunak to adopt a proactive and visionary stance to unlock the social and economic advantages of the shift to low-carbon.

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Cambridge University's solar farm propels net zero goal

The University has set out plans to build its own solar farm, built on farmland off Barton Road, in Barton, Cambridgeshire to supply the electricity for the university.

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Shell CEO faces criticism for claiming that reducing fossil fuel production poses significant risks

Climate campaigners have expressed their disapproval of Shell's CEO, citing his suggestion that reducing global oil and gas production is risky and lacks responsibility.

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Former Manchester petrol station to transform into electric vehicle charging facility

Manchester City Council approved Be.EV’s plan for the city’s first large-scale green EV charging facility, which will include 16 ultra-rapid chargers.

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COP28: Nations urged by climate summit host Al Jaber to acknowledge their shortcomings

The president of COP28 has emphasized the importance of governments acknowledging and addressing their limitations in tackling climate change during the forthcoming UN climate summit.

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Royal Mail switches HGV fleet to eco-friendly diesel alternative

Royal Mail's Sheffield center is leading the way in embracing sustainability by being one of the first locations to convert their fleet to hydrotreated vegetable oil, a greener alternative to traditional diesel.

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Businesses take action in absence of national strategy for green skills

Centrica and the GMB Union are appealing to the UK Government to promptly release its latest skills strategy, emphasizing the importance of the energy transition. Meanwhile, numerous other enterprises are making significant progress by implementing innovative training programs.

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