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Potting the green: Aussie-Canadian link to purge sodium sulphate from cathode making

Two firms innovating in power storage say their new collaboration can speed worldwide deployment of batteries, made cleaner and with less waste. Chemicals-to-energy combine Worley...
UKPN hopes local flexibility trading can solve local network issues

Star interns celebrate UKPN’s offer of full-time roles

Regional network operator UK Power Networks has offered full-time roles to five interns emerging from under-represented backgrounds in London. The star quintet showed outstanding promise...

The Energyst – Latest issue out now

The latest edition of The Energyst is now ready to read today online or via the new Energyst App. The Energyst is now published monthly,...

DNO warns again on electrocution, after lorry driver cheats death

Regional distributed network operator Electricity North West has issued a warning after a lorry driver narrowly cheated death by electrocution. Earlier this month engineers from...

E.ON ex-boss takes over at Energy Systems Catapult

Dr Tony Cocker, former CEO of E.ON UK, has been appointed the new chair of Energy Systems Catapult, the independent research body tasked to...

Estuary ingress: Cool new Dartford subber pumps 2GW into 1.5 million homes

A new state-of-the-art 400kV substation at Littlebrook near Dartford is now fully energised, National Grid have confirmed. The facility enables transmission of up to 2GW...

GridBeyond closes €52M Series C funding round to continue its platform evolution and invest...

GridBeyond, the leading intelligent energy and smart grid platform provider for distributed energy resource management, has closed its €52M Series C financing round. The...

Hadrian’s wally: B6 boundary implicated in <£1 Bn curtailment waste, says battery firm

Faster deployment of grid-scale proven battery technology could spare Britain’s power consumers over £730 million in curtailment fees wasted annually in temporarily disconnecting Scotland’s...

Octopus brings 1.3 million Shell customers on board in record time

Octopus Energy has beaten its own record for customer adoption, successfully migrating all of Shell Energy’s 1.3 million customers onto its systems in record...

ESO’s £58 Billion price tag to add 86GW to Grid

Britain’s backbone network operator has published its expansion blueprint, designed to extend by 86GW the nation's transmission capacity in the run up to 2035. The...

GridBeyond’s latest white paper looks at risk and return for battery storage

Battery storage investors are witnessing a shifting landscape in the sector, navigating the complexities of tolls, floors, and merchant models. As the energy storage...

Join The Energyst at the MEUC Spring Conference & Exhibition

Join us and transform your utility management journey at Buying and Using Utilities Live, The Major Energy Users (MEUC’s) Spring Conference and Exhibition, taking...

Net Zero projects secure £7.6 million to speed emissions cuts

Three collaborative R&D projects have been awarded funding from innovation agency Innovate UK to transform how Britain’s buildings are heated. The body’s Net Zero Heat...

Decarbonising social homes: NW & W Midlands lead, South East & West woeful

New government statistics show that delivery of projects to strip out carbon from public housing under the government’s Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund (SHDF) remains...

Radical! Plasma pair plot path to EfW prosperity

Wiltshire-based biofuel innovators ABSL and gasification specialists Hatch today went public over their alliance, tasked to deliver higher value products formed by converting home...

Cable builder launches in-house Scots centre to train apprentices

The start-up aiming to wire up Europe's longest subsea cable-link as part of a £16 billion venture to import Moroccan sun and wind power...

Heat networks in England and Wales receive £3.5 million for efficiency improvements

£3.5 million is being awarded in Round 4 of the Government’s Heat Network Efficiency Scheme (HNES) to 20 local authorities, housing associations, NHS trusts,...

CHP delivers cost savings, energy security & reduces environmental impact for Tewkesbury Park...

At the height of the energy crisis, Tewkesbury Park, a privately-owned hotel, health club and golf resort in Gloucestershire, found its combined energy bills...

Cadent hits major milestone on path to Net Zero

Gas network operator Cadent has achieved the Route to Net Zero Standard Taking Action certification by the Carbon Trust. Britain’s biggest gas network scored an...

Community energy groups have until Tuesday to share £20 million

The Energy Savings Trust has opened its latest Energy Redress grants up for applications to charities & groups fighting fuel poverty. Across four funding...