China CO2 peak, cabinet reshuffle and green washing powder: BusinessGreen’s most read stories of the week

‘Structural decline’: China’s carbon emissions could peak this year after record clean energy surge

Carbon emissions from the world’s biggest polluter are on the cusp of a ‘period of structural decline’, a new analysis claims.

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

Octopus and housebuilder Bellway plan thousands of UK homes with ‘zero energy bills’

Companies are forming a ‘long-term’ partnership aimed at delivering thousands of green homes with the guarantee of no energy bills for the first five years.

– by Michael Holder (@michaelholder)

Number 10 completes the realignment with important green housing and transport agreements

Lee Rowley appointed 16th Housing Secretary since 2010, as new ministers appointed at Defra, the Department for Transport and the Treasury.

– by James Murray (@James_BG)

Ofgem wants to end ‘zombie’ renewable energy projects in the UK grid connection queue

The regulator has agreed to rule changes aimed at speeding up the approval process for grid connections for much-needed green energy and infrastructure projects.

– by Michael Holder (@michaelholder)

Unilever launches ‘world first’ pilot for washing powder using an ingredient with almost no emissions

The consumer goods giant is working with chemical suppliers to produce virtually zero-emission synthetic sodium carbonate for use in its washing powder.

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

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