Digital solutions for circularity and magnetic materials triumph at German start-up awards

The winners of the Start Up Energy Transition (SET) Awards 2024 were announced on 20 March in Berlin. An internationally renowned jury had previously...

Norfolk Boreas cancellation deals a blow for UK offshore wind ambition

Swedish wind farm developer Vattenfall’s 20 July decision to cancel work on the 1.4GW Norfolk Boreas site appears to be a significant blow for...

Hydrogen-in-transport innovators celebrate in latest round of £8 million competition

On 2 August the Transport Secretary announced two winning projects of the second phase of an £8 million Government competition to support hydrogen-powered transport...

All-Energy & Dcarbonise caring for the environment

Sponsored content: All-Energy 2024, the UK’s largest renewable and low energy exhibition and conference, brings together key stakeholders actively involved in engineering a net zero future. Held 15-16 May at Glasgow’s SEC.

Support for small-scale biogas solutions picks up international award

Kathy Puffer of Tillson, state of New York, has been recognised at the AD and Biogas Industry Awards for bringing small-scale-biogas solutions to communities and women around...

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...

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...

Integrated solar roofs – how effective are they?

Solar power technology has come a long way since it was first introduced as a way to generate renewable energy.

New 30MW tidal energy project unveiled in Orkney

Tidal energy firm Orbital Marine Power (Orbital) has been awarded an Option Agreement from Crown Estate Scotland for a new tidal energy project in...

Fusion industry attracts another $1.4bn

The fusion industry has now attracted a total of $6.21 billion in investment (up from $4.8bn last year), after another $1.4bn flowed in over...

Comment: Why hydrogen is the key to a low carbon future

Hydrogen has enormous potential as a clean and abundant energy source. However, harnessing it on a large scale using conventional technologies and techniques is...

How to fast-track ROC and FIT approval with grid connection simulation technology

Grid connection simulation technology could speed up the race by onshore wind and solar developers to beat tight accreditation deadlines for Renewables Obligation Certificates...

Magnetic field boosts biogas production

A magnetic field can help enhance the generation of synthetic biogas, according to new research.

ADBA welcomes Government response to Green Gas Support Scheme mid-scheme review

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) welcomed the government's full outcome published on 25 January on the Green Gas Support Scheme (GGSS) Mid-Scheme...

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...

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...

Lambeth Pier connection paves way for greener River Thames

Electric boats along the River Thames will soon be able to plug in to charge and reduce emissions thanks to a partnership between...

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...