Biogas facilities at an agricultural site in the Czech Republic.

Biogas trade bodies and companies call for an urgent rethink on GHG Protocol guidance...

Over 50 biogas and biomethane trade associations and companies from around the world have written to the World Resources Institute (WRI), administrator of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol,1 calling...

All UK homes must be renovated to meet climate targets, says IET report

· A nationwide programme to upgrade the energy efficiency of existing homes is essential for the UK to achieve its carbon saving goals. · It’s...

A lopsided prospectus? Commentators appraise the Spring Budget

Nuclear energy and carbon capture, storage and utilisation (CCUS) were notable beneficiaries in the chancellor’s Spring Budget (presented on 15 March), which seemed geared...

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...

Energy suppliers have ‘moral responsibility’ to help businesses, says mayor of West Midlands

British energy providers have a “moral responsibility” to renegotiate agreements with companies stuck on high fixed-price energy deals arranged last autumn during a historic...

Government’s offshore wind shortfall could delay net zero

A new report forecasting the energy generation mix out to 2030, has calculated the government will miss its 50GW offshore wind capacity target, with...

Global hydrogen market will require strong climate safeguards

Three key announcements made at COP28 on 6 December will have a significant bearing on the emerging global hydrogen industry, as the Natural Resources...

Funding secured for UK’s first hydrogen injection system on a ferry

Innovate UK has granted £430,332 funding to a consortium that aims to design and integrate a hydrogen-diesel dual-fuel injection system onboard a commercial ferry....

All-Energy/Dcarbonise 2024 launches calls for speakers and academic posters

It's the UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference. The organizers of All Energy (co-located with Dcarbonise), taking place 15-16...
Dr David Kaner

Sponsored Content: The right anaerobic digester for your farm

Dr David Kaner, CEO of Advanced Anaerobics Limited (AAL), writes: There are no new ideas, only old ideas whose time has come.

Battery aggregator secures funds to advance grid-balancing plans

Home battery firm Moixa has secured £2.5 million in new investment to help realise its goal of creating a virtual power plant aggregating the...

First installation of new battery technology in Perth & Kinross

Perth & Kinross Council has become the first place to install the spiral-flow battery technology developed by Edinburgh-based StorTera. Designed, developed and manufactured by the...

Trade body blames lack of installers for flagging boiler upgrade scheme

Fresh data on the government’s failing Boiler Upgrade Scheme confirms what industry fear about the cause of slow growth in the heat pump market,...

Why dispatchable plants are playing a vital role in Britain’s electricity system transition

By Andy Normand Net zero is back in the headlines after a series of announcements on both sides of the political aisle. Recent changes to...

Biomass power generation: A technology for the energy transition only?

Victoria Judd, a lawyer at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, considers the sustainability credentials of biomass, and what this bodes for its future. In...

Selective adsorption

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

Development of first UK dry anaerobic digestion plants on the table in Greater Manchester...

At a meeting on 17 January, the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) Waste and Recycling Committee approved an option to commission the building in the...

Majority of Welsh homes ‘leaking money’ through poor insulation

New report shows gap in support to improve energy efficiency and keep bills down The majority of people in Wales are living in energy inefficient...

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...

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...