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...

Virtual power plants: the importance of integrating smart-enabled tech with microgeneration

Jordan Brompton explains how developments in smart tech are enabling increasingly eco-conscious consumers to more easily and effectively transition towards off-grid renewable energy. During last...

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...

UK solar targets for 2035 under threat as projects stall

A perfect storm of inflation, supply chain disruption, spiralling interest rates and delays in connection to the National Grid means that the swathe of...

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...

Cutting-edge innovation celebrated at Scottish Green Energy Awards

A technology that is revolutionising the maintenance of wind turbine blades has scooped a top prize at last night's (30 November) Scottish Green Energy...

AI monitoring and control helps to decarbonize district heating network

The latest AI tools are being used to extend the efficiency of one of the UKs largest, oldest and most successful district energy schemes...

Ten market challenges with scaling renewables identified by new report

Professional services firm KPMG has launched Turning the tide in scaling renewables, described as a comprehensive report which pinpoints 10 pressing challenges defining the...

The rise of on-farm AD: Seven benefits of biogas

By Marc McElhinney For today’s modern farmer, sustainability is at the heart of agricultural best practice. But balancing a reduction in carbon emissions with the...

Drilling down to details

Geothermal energy plants could address all of the UK's heating requirements, according to a number of estimates.1 Whatever the reality of such claims, the...

£4.5 billion boost for UK manufacturing includes clean energy fund

The UK government is making available £4.5 billion of funding for British manufacturing to increase investment in nine sectors. Announced on 17 November, the funding...

AD plant converts waste solvents to biogas, in a UK first

In an apparent first of its kind within the UK, a pharmaceutical manufacturing site in Northumberland has been equipped with an anaerobic digestion (AD)...

New tool models viability of closed-loop geothermal systems

Web tool looks belowground for an economically viable renewable energy source. Text by DOE/Sandia National Laboratories. Geothermal power has a lot of promise as a...

£36m award will use waste heat from data centres to heat homes in London

The Mayor of London’s development corporation, OPDC has been awarded £36 million from the government’s Green Heat Network Fund (GHNF) to harness waste heat...

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...

Green Gas Support Scheme application window extended to March 2028

The Department for Energy Strategy and Net Zero (DESNZ) announced on Saturday (21 October) that it was extending the deadline to apply to the...

Heat exchanger conversion project completed in five days

More than 40-years’ experience, combined with great teamwork, paid off earlier this year, says HRS Heat Exchangers, when the firm met an extremely tight...

Regulation of heat networks could fail consumers, cautions consumer group

The 900,000 heat network consumers in the UK will judge regulation to have failed if it does not deliver cheaper, fairer and more reliable...

Turning turbines smart with edge computing

No matter the size of the wind farm, operators can make turbines into smart machines with one small change. Greg Hookings, Director (Digital Industries),...

Huge global demand for new wind technicians by 2027

New figures appear to clarify the workforce challenge facing the global wind industry with nearly 600,000 technicians needed during the next five years –...