Surrey firms unveil hydrogen-powered craft gin

The Surrey Copper Distillery is teaming up with AFC Energy, a provider of hydrogen power generation technologies, to produce a low-emission craft gin. The special...

Electric dreams: Innovators step up at the Scottish Green Energy Awards in Edinburgh

The UK’s first all-electric intercity bus service drove off with a top prize at the Scottish Green Energy Awards on 1 December. Ember, whose low-emission...

UK government announces funding for green installers training

Thousands of training courses will be rolled out across England to grow a skilled workforce of heat pump and energy efficiency installers, said the...

‘Unfair’ oil boiler ban set to leave millions with £13,000 bill for broken boiler...

The proposed ban on oil boilers from 2026 is about to get real for millions, suggests trade body Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA), as...

Scaling up clean hydrogen lies within the experience of hydrocarbon-rich countries – McKinsey report

Hydrocarbon-rich countries have the potential to effectively produce clean hydrogen at scale, repurposing existing infrastructure and supporting global decarbonization, according to a new study...

There can be no net zero without energy storage, CEO tells Glasgow conference

Mark Wilson, CEO of Intelligent Land Investments, told a conference of the British Hydropower Association in Glasgow on 24 November that while the current energy...

55% of UK freight sector plans for battery EV fleet in five years

  Two in five freight companies are using existing data to improve efficiency, meaning immediate opportunities to decarbonise fleets are being missed, according to a...

A clearer outlook? Autumn statement brings energy efficiency ambition (but bad news on bills)

The Chancellor’s Autumn statement seemed to bring focus and clarity to efforts to advance the UK's energy efficiency – a policy area whose vagueness...

Governments urged not to miss the boat on green fuel shipping

A report published on 15 November examines the role shipping will play in transporting the green fuels necessary to meet global climate goals, identifying...

Sponsored Content: More demand for complete system solutions

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

Inside track: Smart buildings expert unpacks the energy challenge

This is the perfect storm for the sector. Rising energy costs, increasing challenges in getting FM staff, no clarity about what is happening within buildings, a new norm and a hybrid model which does not seem to have stability are all creating complete uncertainty for businesses.

Sizing up sensors for data centres

Accounting for around 1% of global electricity consumption, the sector is heavily affected by turbulence in energy costs. Instrumentation firm Vaisala explores opportunities to tighten up energy usage.

Sponsored Content: ADBA National Conference 2022 to make the business case for anaerobic digestion...

Faced with the energy crisis currently affecting not just the UK but much of the world, the British government is overlooking the gift that is anaerobic digestion (AD), despite the business case for AD development growing stronger by the day.

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...

Comment: Second-life vehicle batteries should be first choice for energy storage

To mark Energy Day at COP27, Matthew Lumsden of Connected Energy called on consumers and businesses to understand that switching to electric vehicles is...

Selective adsorption

A novel biogas purification system is currently under trial in the Japanese city of Kurashiki.

Global floating wind set to miss 2030 targets, but not too late to catch...

A critical renewable energy initiative to transition away from fossil fuel reliance is struggling to meet 2030 targets, according to a new report by...

Planning system change is ‘remarkable’ step forward for renewables industry in Scotland

A new planning system designed by The Scottish Government has been described as “a remarkable and major step forward” by Scotland’s renewable energy industry. National...

£400k BEIS funding for project to explore green hydrogen potential for Sheffield’s steelmakers

E.ON and a consortium of industry partners, academics and local authorities is launching a new study to assess the feasibility of green hydrogen as...

Efficiency first

That should be the focus for ensuring growth of the biogas sector in Ireland, explains Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers.