Utility new recruit scores with hydropower pitch

After less than a year in his job, a Scottish Water apprentice has clinched both Scottish and UK top awards for his innovative...

Biomethane to hydrogen (and graphene): Pioneering climate technology comes to Worthy Farm

Clean hydrogen developer, Hexla, and British climate tech firm Levidian have joined forces to bring Levidian’s LOOP technology to Worthy Farm in Somerset in...

Could EV batteries have a second life in stationary storage?

By Matthew Lumsden, CEO of Connected Energy, a firm with expertise in using batteries for energy storage. Picture this, it's Friday night and you're watching...

Geothermal drilling gets underway at Stormont

Exploratory geothermal drilling and testing on the grounds of Stormont Estate has begun as part of Northern Ireland's Department for the Economy’s £3 million...

Study demonstrates hydrogen’s potential to reduce rail emissions and improve fuel efficiency

An independent1 trial of Advanced Hydrogen Technologies (AHT) Group’s carbon clean and capture device has reported significantly lower emissions and increased fuel efficiency from...

Home energy upgrade scheme launches in Brighton

Sussex-based enterprise Onezero Energy is bringing its innovative home energy upgrade service to Brighton, with the aim to sign up 1,000 homes to the...

Virtual power plant supports low carbon neighbourhood in Dudley

Energy solutions provider Equans has announced a major boost for its pioneering project in Brockmoor, Dudley, where the company is set to deliver "Europe’s...

Buildng industry group calls for £64bn retrofit investment

The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has launched a policy manifesto for the next UK Government, urging it to invest nearly £64bn over the...

Window on the problem: CPD addresses retrofitting’s role in decarbonising UK social housing sector

Polymer window manufacturer REHAU is launching a new CPD for sector stakeholders covering the fenestration considerations when retrofitting the housing stock. Social housing providers must...

Can coal mines be tapped for rare earth elements?

Research led by the University of Utah has documented elevated concentrations of rare earth elements (REEs) in active coal mines rimming the Uinta coal...

Camden & Islington councils adopt industrial infrared heating

London LAs strategically collaborate on sustainable heating system for Hornsey Street Refuse & Recycling Centre Infrared heating specialist Shadow Industrial (SI) has been chosen to...
Petrol pumps

Comment: Everyone should commit more to the cost of ‘turquoise hydrogen’

Governments and industry should do more to develop hydrogen as an affordable, sustainable and commercially viable fuel – especially so-called “turquoise hydrogen” derived from...

104,000 panel solar farm set to power The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester has signed a landmark new deal that will see up to 65% of its electricity demand supplied through a brand-new...

Integrated solar roofs – how effective are they?

Solar power technology has come a long way since it was first introduced as a way to generate renewable energy.

Digestate processing

In March, a German agricultural firm commissioned one of Weltec Biopower's Kumac digestate processing systems. The equipment separates solid matter from water, providing a...

Energy flexibility at the quay

The Electric Thames project is assessing the viability of using electric vessels to feed stored electricity back into the capital's energy network, accelerating the...

Digital twin secures savings

The digital twin was used to test various refurbishment scenarios and identify those that would be most effective. A new tool for optimising the...

Hydrogen electrolyser projects see 55 GW surge in 6 months

The global pipeline for hydrogen electrolyser projects has surged by a staggering 55.2 GW in six months, as reported in the latest Q2 2024...

Report details China’s complex energy landscape and its enormous green energy shift

The seeming enormity of the green energy shift taking place in China is given shape by what's described as the most comprehensive English-language report...

All-Energy & Dcarbonise caring for the environment

Sponsored content: All-Energy 2024, the UK’s largest renewable and low energy exhibition and conference, brings together key stakeholders actively involved in engineering a net zero future. Held 15-16 May at Glasgow’s SEC.