UK ranked as one of the leaders in advancing hydrogen economy

The UK has been ranked third amongst countries that have the potential to be global leaders in the new hydrogen economy. The ranking from...

INEOS says it commits to using 100% renewable energy at Norwegian plants

Chemicals firm INEOS Olefins & Polymer Europe has signed a renewable power agreement with Skagerak Energitjenester to provide 100% green energy to its Rafnes...

High five for pump and mixer maker shortlisted for ADBA awards

Pump and mixer manufacturer Landia has been shortlisted for five industry awards by ADBA, the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association. Landia’s GasMix digester mixing system...

High-efficiency progressive cavity pump aimed at biogas

With a declared focus on energy-efficient systems and components that optimise the operation of existing biogas plants and contribute to a higher gas yield,...

Comment: A solution to unsustainable school energy bills

New analysis shows that primary and secondary schools in London will now face an annual £85 million energy bill. With the cost of living...

District heating workshop debates key topics

  A workshop held on 6 June 2023, saw REHAU bring together district heating experts to discuss industry challenges and solutions. Topics covered included government funding, incoming...

Long-term regulatory and policy changes needed to avoid stalls to business decarbonisation ​​​​​​

A new report from energy consultancy Cornwall Insight has set out a range of regulation and policy changes the government could examine if it...

Turning turbines smart with edge computing

No matter the size of the wind farm, operators can make turbines into smart machines with one small change. Greg Hookings, Director (Digital Industries),...

Operational clean hydrogen production projects set to double globally within the next five years

The number of operational clean hydrogen production projects worldwide is set to at least double in the next five years, according to research published...

‘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...

NIR provides quick and accurate test of biomethane potential

AD operator and services provider Amur has launched a test for measuring biomethane potential (BMP) of feedstocks, which it claims has a speed and...

Easy-dose trace element tablet plus ‘best for British’ grass silage additive

Sponsored content: A revolutionary easy-dosing 5-in-1 trace element digester additive and a brand-new silage additive designed to get the best biogas output from British grass...

Oxfordshire council wins award for local area energy mapping project

Oxfordshire County Council has won a national award for its role in a project that it says could revolutionise the way energy is produced...

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...

Trends and challenges shaping OT cybersecurity highlighted in online panel discussion

Sponsored content: Schneider Electric are shedding light on the key trends and challenges impacting Operational Technology (OT) cybersecurity via an online panel discussion featuring international leaders in the sector.

UK announces funding for jet fuel production from household waste and sewage

SAF to be produced across the UK including Tees Valley, Ellesmere Port and Lincolnshire The goal of net zero aviation will be assisted by funding...

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.
man fixing gas engine

Ready for biogas – getting gas engines fit for the next decade

Politicians, scientists, and industry stakeholders alike are continuously seeking sustainable energy sources as a contribution to the international efforts in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

EU 2019/1781 implications for motors and drives efficiency

What the second stage of EU 2019/1781 means for machine builders. Comment from industrial drives specialist Technidrive. By now, engineers and machine builders will be...

Iconic Hyde Park hotel partners on solar thermal scale-up

Iconic British hotel Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London has installed innovative solar heat technology on their rooftop to decarbonise the building's heating. The hotel...