Utility new recruit scores with hydropower pitch

After less than a year in his job, a Scottish Water apprentice has clinched both Scottish and UK top awards for his innovative...

Biomethane to hydrogen (and graphene): Pioneering climate technology comes to Worthy Farm

Clean hydrogen developer, Hexla, and British climate tech firm Levidian have joined forces to bring Levidian’s LOOP technology to Worthy Farm in Somerset in...

Geothermal drilling gets underway at Stormont

Exploratory geothermal drilling and testing on the grounds of Stormont Estate has begun as part of Northern Ireland's Department for the Economy’s £3 million...

Virtual power plant supports low carbon neighbourhood in Dudley

Energy solutions provider Equans has announced a major boost for its pioneering project in Brockmoor, Dudley, where the company is set to deliver "Europe’s...

Can coal mines be tapped for rare earth elements?

Research led by the University of Utah has documented elevated concentrations of rare earth elements (REEs) in active coal mines rimming the Uinta coal...

Camden & Islington councils adopt industrial infrared heating

London LAs strategically collaborate on sustainable heating system for Hornsey Street Refuse & Recycling Centre Infrared heating specialist Shadow Industrial (SI) has been chosen to...

104,000 panel solar farm set to power The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester has signed a landmark new deal that will see up to 65% of its electricity demand supplied through a brand-new...

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.

Digestate processing

In March, a German agricultural firm commissioned one of Weltec Biopower's Kumac digestate processing systems. The equipment separates solid matter from water, providing a...

Report details China’s complex energy landscape and its enormous green energy shift

The seeming enormity of the green energy shift taking place in China is given shape by what's described as the most comprehensive English-language report...

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.

Two-faced solar panels can generate more power at up to 70% less cost

Scientists at the University of Surrey have built a new kind of solar panel with two faces, employing flexible perovskite panels with electrodes made...

Europe’s largest electricity-generating waterwheel is operating in Dorset

Technology from servo gearbox specialist Apex Dynamics is driving the largest diameter electricity-generating waterwheel in Europe. Here, the firm details the background to the...

How much dam water is needed for fish and energy?

Research into water flow and fish passage through dams in the US suggests new options for meeting energy and environmental needs, writes Alexandra Freibott...

Powerful partnership puts solar and wind projects on the map

A free new tool has been launched for local authorities to help them quickly identify potential locations for green energy projects. Across London, the East...

£3.4 billion ‘electricity superhighway’ will speed up energy projects delivery, says OFGEM

OFGEM has announced it is consulting on a proposed funding package of £3.4 billion for a subsea and underground 500km electricity superhighway between Scotland...

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...

‘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...

Medieval heritage site to be heated using energy from the Clyde

A group dedicated to preserving and promoting one of the most renowned collections of early medieval sculptures in Europe has been awarded a grant...

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...