Race to a resilient world with affordable, high-performing solar-powered appliances

21 October 2021

To celebrate World Energy Day, we’re highlighting how affordable, high-performing and inclusive solar-powered appliances and technologies can help address the climate emergency.

Five innovative products made from recycled materials

20 September 2021

To celebrate all things recycling during Recycle Week 2021, we've tracked down five innovative products made from materials you might not expect.

Putting digital at the heart of what we do

29 July 2021

The digital interface is a key growth engine, allowing us to deliver tailored advice and help organisations tackle the climate emergency.

Empowering university students to help accelerate clean energy access globally

28 July 2021

We spoke to Jacqueline Garcia and Sean Davy to find out what it’s like to inspire a younger generation to care about…

Green Economy Fund projects making a difference in Scotland

23 July 2021

The Green Economy Fund invests in projects that accelerate development of Scotland’s green economy.

Innovations in the war on plastic: making progress in 2021

1 July 2021

From plastic shopping bags to water bottles, plastic pollution is now one of the world’s most pressing environmental issues.

Choosing a green website hosting service

6 May 2021

We chose a website hosting provider that uses 100% green-sourced power for our brand new website, which launched to the public in…

Five sustainable innovations to watch in 2021

22 April 2021

From microwave-powered boilers to bladeless wind turbines, the sustainability sector is a hub for innovative products.

World Health Day: innovative technologies using clean energy to improve health

7 April 2021

We look at two organisations who received funding for projects that support the overall wellbeing of individuals, health and care workers.

How can energy access programmes increase accessibility for disabled people?

31 March 2021

A new report explores how programmes, manufacturers and distributors of appliances in developing countries can address the needs of people with disabilities.