You can also call us on +44 (0)20 7170 7000, or select 'Live Chat' to chat with one of our advisors

News & insights

The latest from our experts on the world of green business and resource efficiency.  Sign up to our newsletter to receive updates direct to your inbox.

Electricity pylon

Can we do without nuclear?

Posted by James Smith | 19 February 2013 | Viewpoint

James Smith, Chair of the Carbon Trust, considers the options for investment in low carbon electricity.

Read more
Gordon Henderson MP opens wind turbine

PfR opens its first wind development at Kent prison

19 February 2013 | News

The wind energy developer Partnerships for Renewables (PfR), founded by the Carbon Trust in 2007*, last week unveiled its first completed turbine installation at HMP Standford Hill on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, with a formal opening by local MP, Gordon Henderson.

Read more
Carbon Trust Standard for Water

Carbon Trust urges business to wake up to water waste

19 February 2013 | News

Sainsbury’s, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Sunlight and Branston are first four organisations to achieve new international award for water reduction in pilot scheme.

Read more
Julie Rankine, waste strategy manager at Scottish Borders Council receives the Public Sector Staff Awareness Campaign Award from Fergus Ewing MSP

Scottish Borders Council wins new Carbon Trust Scotland Public Sector award

18 February 2013 | News

Scottish Borders Council announced as the winner of Carbon Trust Scotland Public Sector Staff Awareness Campaign Award

Read more
Wind turbine, HMP Standford Hill, Isle of Sheppey

MP opens first major wind energy development on prison land

15 February 2013 | News

Wind energy developer Partnerships for Renewables (PfR) has today unveiled its first completed turbine installation at HMP Standford Hill on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, with a formal opening by local MP, Gordon Henderson.

Read more
Glasgow City Chambers

New report on carbon abatement potential for Scotland’s public sector

13 February 2013 | News

Scottish Government releases report by the Carbon Trust that estimates the carbon abatement potential of the Scottish public sector.

Read more
Back to top