Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Energy Saving & Storage

Energy Saving.

Cowpat crypto: A sustainable earner?

A firm supplying equipment for crypto mining to renewable generators in the farming sector says it has taken £5 million in sales bookings so...

How energy storage can unlock the potential of renewables

By storing energy we can address the challenge of guaranteeing flexible and reliable supply from weather-dependant energy sources, writes VINCI Energies – cutting bills,...

With 25% of Europe’s greenhouse emissions coming from buildings, scientists suggest fundamental policy changes

To live up to their climate pledge under the Paris agreement, EU lawmakers must ensure all 250 million existing as well as all new...

Report says smart lampposts can assist Covid response and recovery

A new generation of smart lampposts that can read body temperatures and detect overcrowding could stop the spread of Covid-19 and regenerate cities, according...

COVID-19 is the energy sector’s opportunity to become more sustainable, says report

The need to become sustainable is posing "an existential crisis" for the energy industry, according to a new survey into the sustainability of this...

IoT will save 8x the energy it consumes by 2030, says report

By 2030 IoT deployment and its disruption of various industries is expected to save more than eight times the energy it consumes, resulting in...

£1.3 million of new funding for net zero-driven energy data application winners

Close to £1.3 million of new funding across nine new digital energy data projects has been announced by UK Research & Innovataion (UKRI). The...

Researchers aim to reduce carbon footprint of process which feeds 40% of the world

A new research project is setting out to investigate how to make an industrial process which helps feed nearly half the world’s population more...

UK fusion partnership aims to accelerate net zero progress

A memorandum of understanding was signed on 30 March between The University of Manchester and the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), intended to kick...

Energy storage reform needed to meet net-zero, says report

Price floor should fill gap in ‘fragmented’ market Report funded by Scottish Renewables, the British Hydropower Association, Buccleuch, CCSQ, Drax Group, Intelligent Land...

Data centre virtualisation and cloud computing can play a pivotal role in power sector...

A new report from power market analytics firm Aurora Energy Research suggests that increased deployment of (and continued improvements in) virtualisation technology could reduce...

Metal recycling group unveils new hybrid material handler at Liverpool Alexandra Docks

Giant material handler will help site meet 2040 net-zero sustainability target EMR (formerly European Metals Recycling) has introduced its first electrically-enabled material handler in the...

Revolutionary smart substation trial to spearhead Net Zero

Smart electricity substations that speak to each other using the 5G network could hold one of the keys to enabling the Net Zero revolution. Distribution...

UK Energy Institute awards recognise energy sector’s ‘indispensable contribution’

The annual ceremony of the EI Awards 2020 took place on 26 November, with an aim to celebrate the most innovative people and projects...

On track for net zero? Observers respond to the UK government’s ten-point green plan

Commentators in the environmental sphere seemed to broadly welcome the UK government’s “Ten-Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution”, unveiled on 18 November, although...

World’s largest battery storage facility will power The Red Sea Project with clean energy...

A development on the west coast of Saudi Arabia is to become the world’s largest battery storage facility and is part of an initiative...

Siemens publishes advice for businesses on steps to decarbonise

Businesses who fail to act on decarbonisation risk exposing themselves to potential risks from policy-driven increased operating costs, increased energy costs or increased compliance...
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Sponsored content: Green chiller is cool choice

Food industry equipment firm GEA has clinched a contract to supply a new, environmentally friendly refrigeration system – which will be Scotland’s first large-scale plant combining biomass heat and absorption chilling – at one of Britain’s leading ice cream producers.
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Sponsored content: Hospital targets energy savings

So much is written about hospital waiting times and the many pressures that the health services are under, it is very easy to overlook the fact that there are also many positive activities taking place.

UK’s largest battery ready to help balance the grid

Edinburgh based Flexitricity is optimising the Gresham House c.50MW / 75MWh battery, located in Thurcroft, South Yorkshire, generating revenue for the site while helping...