Government online hub aims to help businesses save money and go green

A new government website launched on 14 August will offer UK businesses advice and support to reduce their energy bills while cutting their carbon...

Off-grid trail blazer

(From left) Caroline Leigh, Property Director at Westmoreland; Anne Buckingham, Managing Director, SIS, part of SWARCO Smart Charging; and Matt Barney, Business Debelopment Manager,...

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.

Veolia launches new range of energy efficiency services to reduce costs and cut carbon

Resource management company Veolia has launched (26 March) a new range of energy efficiency and monitoring services which are designed to help organisations cut...

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...

Energy flexibility at the quay

The Electric Thames project is assessing the viability of using electric vessels to feed stored electricity back into the capital's energy network, accelerating the...

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...

Electromechanical innovators celebrated at the 2023 AEMT Awards

The Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) returned to Coventry on 23 October for its Annual Awards Ceremony. With a record number of...

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...

‘Electrician Plus’ concept launched to highlight pivotal role in low-carbon tech installation

The new concept ‘Electrician Plus’ has been launched by The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) to highlight how the role of a qualified electrician is...

Little known initiative enables school’s biomass

THE Croft School in Stratford Upon Avon, has received 100% funding for biomass boiler systems. And the little-known ‘Biomass ESCO' scheme that made it...

New conference to examine role of anaerobic digestion in Northern Irish economy

A new conference is set to examine the role that anaerobic digestion (AD) can play in waste management, agriculture, renewable energy generation, and climate...

Milestone for biomethane injection in Northern Ireland

  A seemingly significant milestone was confirmed on 16 February for the gas grids in Northern Ireland which will see the injection of biomethane into...

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...

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...

Sponsored Content: What Will the Future of Boilers Look Like

Boilers have long been the system that many UK households use to heat up their homes. Dating all the way back to 1868, boilers have been a part of most UK homes.

Solar solution aims to reduce dairy production costs and emissions

Researchers working on the ASTEP project, a European Union Horizon 2020 collaborative project, and a key initiative within the Crowdhelix Solar Energy Helix, have developed what...

Millions of households could switch their energy supplier in second half of 2023 ​​​​​​

The number of households switching their energy supplier could skyrocket from July 2023, as falling energy wholesale prices coupled with reduced government support look...

Training for repair work in explosive environments: Courses get a refresh

The Association for Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) has revised and relaunched its internationally acclaimed Ex Repair course for individuals involved in repairing electromechanical...