Saturday, November 26, 2022

Analysis warns coal could be needed to keep the lights on this winter

In its Winter Market Outlook study for 2022/23, LCP Energy Analytics has warned that the UK could experience 10 hours of insufficient electricity supply...

TUC report calls for fairer approach that “stops energy companies using UK families like...

UK families to lose out on more than £2,250 from not owning our own energy, says report UK families could benefit by at least £2,250...

Utility pilots “transformative” AI approach in wastewater treatment

Anglian Water says transformation of its treatment and recycling processes is being made possible by trials of AI-driven software developed by Norwegian technology company...
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Winners and losers in green energy’s ‘Age of Inflation’

European renewable energy asset holders and investors must rapidly re-evaluate their strategies and business models, faced with inflationary and supply chain pressures, alongside ongoing...

Comment: “Green ammonia is going to be the fossil-free ‘crude’ of the hydrogen fuel...

Collin Hamilton, COO and Chief Engineer at Verano Energy, one of the largest renewables independent power producers (IPP) in Latin America, shares his vision...

Surveyors call for urgent regulation of spray foam industry

Industry leaders from the Residential Property Surveyors Association (RPSA) and the Property Care Association (PCA) are calling for urgent regulation of the spray foam...

Sponsored Content: Heat regeneration should be key consideration

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

Hydrogen from biomass

A technology to produce green hydrogen from biomass has been developed by a team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc).

$10 billion Namibian hydrogen project selects developer for locomotive

Namibian-headquartered Hyphen Hydrogen Energy (Hyphen) says it is making positive progress on its discussions with the Namibian Government as it moves towards signature of...

Superconductors will support electric jet flight, says Scottish start-up

Scottish start-up Mako Aerospace plans to manufacture the world’s first all-electric jet engine, which they say could double the range of electric aircraft compared...

Ground-breaking ground source heat pump study in Greenwich

A team of experts has launched a project in London's borough of Greenwich to assess the feasibility of switching gas-heated, owner-occupied homes in high...

Government to consider further relief for energy intensive industries

High electricity using businesses like steel and paper mills could see further relief under new proposals to help subsidise their electricity costs. The UK Government...

Technology gives wind operators insights into turbine downtime

UK technology company Sennen has launched a new software module in recent months that gives wind farm operators "unparalleled insights into sources and causes...

100-MW green hydrogen facility to be built at Port of Felixstowe

Scottish Power has announced (8 August) plans to build a 100-MW green hydrogen production facility at the Port of Felixstowe, on the Suffolk coast....

Next-gen heat pump could cut energy bills and carbon emissions

Researchers from the University of Glasgow say they have developed a new type of heat pump, a flexible heat pump technology, which could help...

BEIS funding supports utility’s project to turn biogas into hydrogen

The UK Government’s department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded £212,000 funding through the Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP) for the...

Partnership to build the largest solar system for a desalination plant in Oman

A solar photovoltaic (PV) system is to be constructed to provide power for a desalination plant in Oman, in the city of Sur -...

99% of electricians believe there are major risks with EV charging work

As the UK gears up to meet its Electrical Vehicle (EV) charging targets for 2030, and purchases of EVs continue to rise, a lack...

Sacré bleu: French heat pump costs blow hole in ‘nonsense’ UK government policy

The evidence of what French consumers are paying for heat pumps "blows a hole in UK government policy" in relation to the low-carbon heating...

Nominations open for Scottish renewable energy awards

The Scottish Green Energy Awards – the UK’s largest celebration of renewables – opened for nominations on 27 July. This year’s event will return to...