Pre-eminent projects crowned at Scottish Green Energy Awards

More than 1,000 people returned in-person to Edinburgh to see 13 winners announced Director of industry body said shortlist highlighted the “leaps of innovation” of...

Edinburgh water treatment site houses ‘hidden jewel’ of unique hydro-electric installation, says utility

It is described as a “hidden jewel” - most people in Scotland’s capital will have no idea it exists let alone what it...

Countdown to bio cash share

ENTREPRENEURS will find out in December if they have been successful in their bids for shares of a £2m cash pot set up to...

Naturally gifted – Scotland’s renewables industry

Scotland is making the most of its assets as it continues the drive to build a world-class renewables industry says Niall Stuart WE ARE undoubtedly...
AT the UK’s first viable compact anaerobic digester plant aimed at local food waste treatment, a Geotech GA3000 fixed biogas analyser monitors methane, carbon dioxide, oxygen and hydrogen sulphide.

Health monitor – Geotech analyser provides guage

AT the UK’s first viable compact anaerobic digester plant aimed at local food waste treatment, a Geotech GA3000 fixed biogas analyser monitors methane, carbon...

Lancashire County Council partners trial hydrogen-powered fuel cell generator

Lancashire County Council’s delivery partner, Costain, and hydrogen industry start-up, Hydrologiq, have successfully trialled the use of a hydrogen-powered fuel cell generator at the...

Majority of Welsh homes ‘leaking money’ through poor insulation

New report shows gap in support to improve energy efficiency and keep bills down The majority of people in Wales are living in energy inefficient...

Fuel and energy research conference hits Sheffield in September

A standout event in the calendar of those with an interest in fuels – present and future - is the 2nd FERIA Conference, the...

DECC grant for heat networks advocate

EXETER-based renewable energy firm Zero has received a £378,780 development grant from DECC to support its work in promoting the uptake of heat networks...

Smart metering delay follows IT concerns

THE government announced in May that it would delay for a year the introduction of smart metering, following concerns that the industry is not...

New report highlights potential of mine energy in achieving UK net zero target

A new white paper published by the Mine Energy Taskforce and Local Energy Hub network has called for greater support for mine energy as...

Cogeneration electricity supplier opts for a sustainable retrofit

As part of its efforts to achieve net zero fossil carbon dioxide emissions, Swedish electricity supplier Mälarenergi has partnered with engineering firm ABB to...

Awards pay tribute to energy professionals’ ingenuity

Over 200 energy industry senior executives joined former swimming champion and host Mark Foster in congratulating the winners of the 2016 Energy Institute (EI)...

Optimising engines for biogas

Jarmo Vihersalo of ExxonMobil offers an overview of biogas generation, and some thoughts on running engines to optimise performance, an area where his own...

Sponsored Content: More demand for complete system solutions

By Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers

A lightbulb moment?

Diesel-based non-road mobile machinery is a significant contributor to air pollution, Prolectric makes the case for its replacement

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...

Unleash potential of rooftop solar to tackle energy crisis, charity urges Chancellor

Changes to planning policy could turbocharge the rollout of solar energy and help reduce reliance on gas at little or no cost to the...
Inspecting 'live' tanks

Inspecting ‘live’ tanks

WHEN a local utility company needed to conduct a routine surveillance check on one of its anaerobic sludge digesters, the specialist company Hayes GFS...
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Nosing out the controversy over AD plant emissions

IN March local campaigners succeeded in blocking plans to build an energy-from-waste plant in Ramsbottom in the Greater Manchester area. Concern over the smell...