HyCC awards contracts to McPhy and Technip Energies for Djewels green hydrogen project

Under the agreement, McPhy will supply the electrolyzers, while Technip Energies will handle the design ...
carbon net zero

UAE commits US$54 billion in energy initiatives to meet growing demand

As part of its goal to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, the United Arab ...

F1 stars powering the race to net zero

F1 drivers like Max Verstappen and Louis Hamilton may enjoy the rewards as Grand Prix ...

Changes to ESOS Phase 3

A range of changes have been made to the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) that ...

Finland aims for residential nuclear power plants

Steady Energy aims to decarbonise residential heating in Finland with small modular nuclear reactors. Steady Energy’s ...

19 years of free electricity from solar panel payback

Rooftop solar panels can pay for themselves in six years, with a lifespan of 19 ...
Church of England

Church of England pulls out of fossil fuel investment

The Church of England is to end investment in fossil fuel companies, saying the industry ...

France accelerates production of sustainable biofuels

The HYNOVERA project aims to develop a global ecosystem for production of biofuels from 100 ...

Jordan powers ahead with solar energy

Jordan is reducing carbon emission by deploying solar water heaters (SWH) operated by clean renewable ...

How location is tackling the big challenges in the utilities sector

The UK has pledged to reduce its carbon emissions by 45 per cent by 2030 ...

New hydrogen and ammonia plant for Finland

Hy2gen is to build an 800MW ammonia plant near the town of Kokkola in Finland ...
renewable energy

Countries leading the world in renewable energy

Countries leading the world in renewable energy generate up to 98 per cent of their ...
smart meters

£19.5 billion benefit from rollout of smart meters

Consumers and business in UK were promised a £19.5bn benefit from smart meters but costs ...
renewable energy

Clearing a path to renewable energy transition

Wide-ranging barriers are preventing renewable energy from contributing effectively to a green energy transition. Barriers ...

UK’s first deep geothermal heating plant is now live

A pioneering geothermal heating plant at the Eden Project in Cornwall went live today and ...

Call to accelerate adoption of hydrogen transport

A UK-based clean-tech innovator is calling for an acceleration of hydrogen use in transport to ...

Digitisation and innovation are vital steps to decarbonisation

Energy businesses, from legacy through to disruptor, need to show that they are taking action ...

People and households produce highest CO2 emissions

Consumer expenditure is the largest single UK emissions contributor, at 26 per cent of the ...

Sustainability strategy for 6,000 UK sites and buildings

A new ESG strategy aims to improve sustainability practices across 6000 UK sites overseen by ...

Security of energy supply is industry’s top concern

Three-quarters of energy leaders say that security of energy supply is the number one concern ...
electric road

China developing a ‘charge while driving’ electric road network

Machinery manufacturer SANY is investing heavily in hydrogen production and is also developing a ‘charge ...

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