Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Uncrewed vessel survey is a first in Irish waters

An Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) has been launched off the Co. Louth coast to undertake an environmental survey of the seabed. This is seemingly...

Biogas-powered data centre testbed

MICROSOFT and the University of Wyoming (UW) have opened a 'green' data centre, powered by the biogas generated from a nearby wastewater treatment plant,...
A sample of Lactobacillus, lactic acid bacteria which are part of the normal flora of the human intestine and are also used in AD plants.

Keeping the bugs on side

At July's AD & Biogas show, a panel of experts shared opinions about getting the most from a plant, and making the best choices when setting it up or attempting to nudge its operation in the right direction.

Anaerobic digestion trade group labels Environment Agency charges hike ‘unjustified’

Consultation proposes large charge increases in England with short implementation period

Mega solar farm in Morocco to power 7 million heat pumps in UK

Energy technology firm Octopus Energy Group has entered a financial and strategic partnership with Xlinks, a company building a subsea power cable to deliver...

Civil engineering firm to construct a new hydropower station in Reading

Civil engineering specialist Land & Water has won a contract to construct a new hydropower station at Caversham Weir in Reading on behalf of...

AD process optimisation: Top tips for food production sites

Matt Hale, International Sales Manager with HRS Heat Exchangers, offers a primer for those in the food production sphere It is easy to see why...

Energy trading for social housing residents

Residents of a block of flats in Brixton are pioneering a community energy trading project led by EDF Energy that will enable them to trade solar energy with each other .
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Heat pump body flies nest

AFTER 10 years growing and developing under the wing of the National Energy Foundation, the Ground Source Heat Pump Association has become a stand-alone...

Urgent action needed to save ‘shovel-ready’ renewable heat projects, say UK biogas firms

Renewable energy projects in the agri-food sector excluded from BEIS’s RHI Covid-19 Extension Includes 20MW of previously-eligible renewable heat projects on farms and...

Sustainable solar oven allows rural communities to cook without coal or firewood

A new design for a solar cooking system may help rural communities prepare food more sustainably, reports a new study. The materials used in...

Scottish Green Energy Awards return to Edinburgh in December

This year’s event will return as an in-person awards ceremony which will comply with the latest government guidelines to ensure the health and safety of guests.

Academic paper highlights AD’s current and future carbon footprint

Bath University’s recent paper identifies the potential for GHG emissions savings from biogas utilisation In Wiltshire, Malaby Biogas’s Bore Hill Farm Biodigester was the case...

Highest offshore wind load factors recorded since 2015 due to larger wind turbines

The latest research from energy and water market intelligence firm Cornwall Insight highlights that as a result of the elevated wind speeds experienced in...

Battery technology showcase in Telford

The latest advances in energy storage and battery technology will be on show at Battery Tech Expo UK 2019, taking place 28 March at the International Centre, Telford .

IoT sensor offers cost and power-thrifty alternative in condition monitoring

A radical new IoT sensor technology from Scottish startup Sensor Works appears to offer a low-power, cost-effective alternative to existing condition monitoring equipment, with...

Living walls can reduce heat lost from buildings by over 30%, says study

Retrofitting an existing masonry-cavity-walled building with a green or living wall can reduce the amount of heat lost through its structure by more than...

Project aims to establish feasibility of solar-powered rail

Imperial College London and climate change charity 10:10 have teamed up to investigate the viability of using track-side solar panels to power trains, it...

Biomethane Certification Scheme now hosted on Green Gas Trading website

The Biomethane Certification Scheme (BMCS) has been given a makeover throughout the last 12 months and is now hosted on the Green Gas Trading...

Liam Fox opens facility of solar firm hoping to spark a revolution in lighting

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox visited "a solar technology success story" in his own North Somerset constituency on 30 November, as he officially...