Powerful partnership puts solar and wind projects on the map

A free new tool has been launched for local authorities to help them quickly identify potential locations for green energy projects. Across London, the East...

£3.4 billion ‘electricity superhighway’ will speed up energy projects delivery, says OFGEM

OFGEM has announced it is consulting on a proposed funding package of £3.4 billion for a subsea and underground 500km electricity superhighway between Scotland...

Conference to address the environmental impact of digitalisation

Trade association for information professionals to host event on 12 – 14 May The Information and Records Management Society (IRMS) will host two of the...

Staying compliant with the updated ESOS Phase 3 requirements

Staying up to date with the latest ESOS updates means reduced energy consumption and costs, improved environmental performance and meeting legal requirements. "That's why...

Rewarding households for flexible energy use could transform energy systems

Analysis conducted by energy consultancy Cornwall Insight appears to show the potential of rewarding consumers for embracing energy-efficient behaviours. Launched at this year’s Distributed Energy...

Energy storage helps truck dealerships to electrify

Two Volvo Truck & Bus dealers say they have found an innovative solution to overcome one of the biggest barriers the UK faces with...

National Audit Office: Low heat pump uptake slowing progress on decarbonising home heating

The number of heat pump installations by December 2023 was less than half of planned projections; uncertainty regarding the role of hydrogen in home...

Nanodevices can produce energy from evaporating tap or seawater

Researchers say they have discovered that nanoscale devices harnessing the hydroelectric effect can harvest electricity from the evaporation of fluids with higher ion concentrations...

Storing hydrogen safely and efficiently: US firm outlines vision

A US firm has a vision to design and develop durable and efficient solid-state hydrogen storage solutions that work under ambient temperature and low...

Ammonia-to-hydrogen project launches in Birmingham

Described as the world’s largest and most efficient ammonia-to-hydrogen conversion project, the Ammogen consortium gathered at Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) on Tuesday 12 March...

Electric plane charging deal will let pilots ‘tap ‘n’ take off’

Pilots of electric planes can charge their aircraft with one tap of a card, says EV charging expert Octopus Energy, following a tie-up between...

Even if it ain’t broke, you still oughta fix it

Making FMCG manufacturing more sustainable using intelligent energy management. By Patricia Torres, Industry Marketing Manager Food and Commodities Solutions, OMRON Industrial Automation Europe Some factory...

Improvements to grid connection needed to achieve net zero goals

By Andy Normand Grid connections – sticking points and solutions With electricity demand forecast to double by 2050, the energy industry is busy devising ways of...

Using voltage optimisation to improve energy efficiency in commercial properties

James Goodby, director at voltage optimisation specialist, Powerdown220, presents what he describes as the most effective strategy available to enhance energy efficiency and reduce...

‘Nowhere is the need for grid capacity more acute than Scotland’

Scottish Renewables hosted its Grid and Networks Conference in Glasgow on 15 February, where Graham Stuart, UK Minister of State for Energy Security and...

Business energy users: don’t miss your chance to apply for decarbonisation funding

In January, the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ) opened applications for Phase 3 of its Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF). Aiming...

Comment: The energy sector will continue to thrive through HPC, even as Moore’s Law...

High-Performance Computing (HPC) has become critical in assisting the energy sector, making it possible to analyse complex data, simulate intricate processes, and optimise operations....

Medieval heritage site to be heated using energy from the Clyde

A group dedicated to preserving and promoting one of the most renowned collections of early medieval sculptures in Europe has been awarded a grant...

Offshore geothermal pegged as game-changing baseload resource by white paper

A white paper outlines the potential of offshore geothermal energy as a green energy resource of global significance and sets out a framework for...

NHS Scotland welcomes its first pop-up solar car park and electric vehicle charging hub

A pop-up solar car park and electric vehicle (EV) charging hub has been completed at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, said to be the first...