Flooded, disused coal mines could change how our homes are heated

LONDON – The ramifications of the Industrial Revolution, which had its roots in 18th-century Britain, were huge. Britain’s abundance of coal – as well as the ease with which it could be accessed – was a crucial ingredient in this historical turning point, powering the steam engines which helped drive society’s transformation. But things have … Read more

Sustainable aviation fuel costs more but consumers willing to pay: IATA

Sustainable aviation fuel’s main challenge relates to volume rather than airlines’ desire to use it, and consumers will be willing to pay the extra costs associated with its uptake, the director general of the International Air Transport Association told CNBC Friday. “I think quantity is the main issue at the moment,” Willie Walsh, who was … Read more

Milestone for wind farm expected to power 1.3 million households

This image shows a turbine at the Hornsea 2 offshore wind farm, in the waters off the east coast of England. Orsted The Hornsea 2 offshore wind farm has produced its first power, according to Danish energy company Orsted. The announcement marks an important milestone in the development of the facility. Located in waters approximately … Read more