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Stemming the streams: Reducing the environmental cost of video content

The rise in video streaming is one of the biggest hidden culprits behind rising emissions in developed countries. Sergio Grce, CEO of video-streaming expert...

Government advisory body says electric vehicle revolution can be a boon to the UK’s...

A Government-backed taskforce bringing together key players in the energy, infrastructure and transport sectors says it has demonstrated that an effectively managed integration of...

New year, new savings for solar, as tariffs for grid export return

The Smart Export Guarantee came into force on 1 January, obligating large energy suppliers to offer a tariff to small-scale solar generators who export...

Waste heat reuse and CO2-neutral energy supply concept among winners of German energy efficiency...

Investments in climate protection and energy efficiency are worthwhile, even from an economic point of view - a verdict that appears amply demonstrated by...
ADBA National Conference 2019

Committee on Climate Change CEO Chris Stark to headline ADBA National Conference 2019

ADBA National Conference 2019 will feature an "In Conversation with" session with Chris Stark, CEO of the UK Committee on Climate Change. Conference...

Biogas leakage: How to protect your plant from a silent killer

Tim Elsome, General Manager for FM BioEnergy, outlines the real cost of unidentified biogas leaks – and the inexpensive steps you can take to reduce the risks on your plant

State and regional governments lead on renewable electricity generation – new report

75 states and regions are generating 45% of their electricity from renewable sources States and regions have, on average, reduced emissions by...

Full-service upgrading solution first

DMT Environmental Technology has announced the launch of Total Solutions Provider (TSP) – an end-to-end project partnership that supports the customer from the moment biogas leaves the digester to when it’s injected directly into the grid

Top tips to perfect your co-generation performance

In this feature, Tim Broadhurst, chief commercial officer at Cooper-Ostlund, discusses the importance of maximising CHP performance and how a few simple steps can boost your site performance significantly

Bio-waste powers board production

A new facility will use organic waste to provide the heat and power required for the production of corrugated sheet board

Scottish investment call to support move away from fossil fuel heating

A significant increase in public spending is needed to help move homes and other buildings in Scotland away from a reliance on fossil fuel heating

Could energy-storage-as-a-service be key to cutting carbon emissions?

Battery storage at a solar farm with switchgear. Energy storage can help mitigate climate change, but it is still on low levels and needs...

US research aims to advance AD processes for the production of biofuels

A multi-institutional team led by Colorado State University (CSU) has been awarded $5.1 million from the US Department of Energy to try to improve...

World class centre for renewable energy systems to be established in Cambridge

Staff at the Renewables Innovation Centre launch event: (Left to right) Vladan Velisavljevic and Sean Curley, University of Bedfordshire; Heather Claxton, TWI; Mary Malcolm...

World Biogas Association’s newest members applaud mission to bring industry together to achieve its...

The World Biogas Association (WBA) is bringing the industry together to look at how fast its members could build the infrastructure to collect and treat all the organic wastes generated by society

AI energy management system nominated for Retail Energy Forum’s annual awards

Optimal Monitoring has been nominated as one of three short listed finalists for the Wright Commission Award

Scottish water utility reaches energy self-generation milestone

Scottish Water has reported significant growth in the number of its sites across the country which have become self-sufficient through the use of hydro, wind, solar and waste conversion

Getting to Net Zero: what happens when the wind stops blowing? New analysis presents...

New analysis by Aurora Energy Research attempts to address some of the quandaries presented by the effort to deliver a net zero energy system

Grid optimisation technology helps power 45,000 homes with renewable energy

An innovative device has seemingly freed up 95MW of additional network capacity – enough to power 45,000 homes – leading its supplier to declare...

AD and the UK’s net-zero emissions commitment: ADBA conference to discuss

ADBA’s flagship event returns in December 2019, "marking 10 years of ADBA and 10 years before the UK government must reduce emissions by 57%"