Exploring the CPPA landscape with Neil Garland: Insights and Outlook

In recent years, the landscape of corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPAs) in Great Britain and Ireland has undergone significant transformation. As businesses increasingly turn...

Champions! UKPN pledges £1m to volunteer co-ops delivering advice against fuel poverty

Britain’s biggest distribution network franchisee is pledging £1 million to help energy co-operatives & local groups scale up their Net Zero programmes. Working with Lewes-based...

Ørsted to pump Hornsea 3 juice into 600MWh battery near Norwich

Wind power developers Ørsted are committing to store electricity from their 1.2GW Hornsea 3 marine farm next to a substation at Swardeston, near Norwich The...

Altilium & Enva partner to recycle EV battery materials

Clean metals group Altilium is teaming up with recycling specialist Enva to boost the recycling of EV batteries. As the number of electric vehicles and...

Microgrid clean power traders UrbanChain secure supplier licence

Peer-to-peer energy exchange provider UrbanChain has succeeded in its application for a supply  licence.  Seeking new equity from investors is set to follow. Backed by...

Octopus & Gresham House squirt ink on world’s biggest battery leasing deal

Octopus, Britain’s largest electricity provider, has signed a record-breaking battery leasing deal with Gresham House Energy Storage Fund plc (GRID), employing the energyco’s Kraken...

Aggreko upscales battery investment to $200m to support the energy transition

Aggreko has increased its global investment in mobile battery energy storage solutions (BESS) to around $200m, allowing more industries to access the latest in...

New maintenance free compressed air filter does the job of three conventional filters

ERIKS UK & Ireland has launched compressed air filtration technology, Expel, the filter continually removes 99.9999% of water, oil emulsion fluids and solid particulates...

Government eyes Anglesey as site for 3.2GW nuke plant

Energy ministry D-ESNZ has confirmed the old Hitachi plot at Wylfa on Anglesey as the government’s preferred site for the UK’s third mega-nuclear power...

ENW seeks spring flex contracts

Electricity North West has launched its spring 2024 contracts for flexibility services, seeking to better the £20million they secured over the past year towards...

Johnson Matthey & Thyssenkrupp pledge to advance blue ammonia

Metallurgists & sustainable technologists Johnson Matthey are teaming up with chemical plant builders Thyssenkrupp Uhde to promote ways of making ammonia, with lower carbon...

Roadnight Taylor sees huge growth in grid risk services

Independent UK specialist grid consultancy, Roadnight Taylor has announced a surge in demand for its due diligence service that helps investors understand the grid...

PPA contracts: Getting the knowledge you need, when you need it

In recent years Power Purchase Agreements have gone from a niche product exchanged between expert parties to mass market electricity products. Get it right and...

UK risks “missing green growth among small businesses”, BT finds 

Britain’s 5.5m small businesses overwhelmingly need more help from politicians & policy makers to reduce their environmental impact, research conducted for telecoms giant BT...

Stanlow refinery celebrates 100 years

The hydrocarbon refining complex which every day delivers 16% of Britain’s fuel oils for road transport celebrates its centenary today. Originally developed by Shell Oil,...

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,...

Top five energy market developments every business needs to know

From mixed reactions to recent Government announcements to notable investments in nuclear capacity and offshore wind, there are several critical developments currently shaping the...

“Attendant, is this plane flying on batteries? I’m 77% persuaded, then. Maybe 100% by...

As many as 82% of British passengers would be open now to flying on a hydrogen-powered plane, and 77% would consider flying on planes...