Western Power presses pedal to metal, ACCELERATES carbon-saver ruses

Britain’s biggest distribution network operator WPD has launched two new programmes, aimed at minimising carbon impacts on its network. ALPACA and ACCELERATED (Assessment of Climate...

Humber Hub Blue:  Lincolnshire H2 plant for Shell and Uniper

Two fossil-legacy energy giants are to co-operate on a blue hydrogen plant at the Killingholme gas power station in Lincolnshire. Uniper, the hydrocarbons-based generation business...

Cambo revived, as Ithaca Energy pays £ 1.5 billion for owners Siccar Point

The controversial Cambo oil and gas field 75 kilometres west of the Shetlands re-emerged as a probable extraction operation today, as Ithaca Energy bought...

Sustainably sustaining power

Balancing the need for emergency power with the climate emergency Today, most critical installations’ power protection comes from the proven combination of static UPS (uninterruptible...

Aberdeen City Council and BP to develop city hydrogen hub

Aberdeen City Council and BP have signed an agreement to form a joint venture partnership that will deliver a scalable green hydrogen production, storage...

Boost to British nuclear and steel industries as Sheffield Forgemasters joins the Sizewell C...

Sheffield Forgemasters, a South Yorkshire-based heavy engineering firm specialising in the production of nuclear grade steel castings and forgings, has announced it will join...

Envisioning a net zero power system in 2035

A new interactive report, produced by Regen for National Grid Electricity System Operator, takes a detailed look at a ‘day in the life’ of...

Announce hydrogen “big punt” to free the UK from Putin’s gas

Mike Foster, chief executive of the trade body Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA), has today called upon the Prime Minister to free the UK...

Frack Britain back to the future, demands backbencher, as oil hits $130 a barrel

The Conservative leader of the hard-right Net Zero Group this morning announced a co-ordinated call for a revival of Britain’s fracking industry, in response...

Green Heat Networks Fund to offer £288 million for hot and cool pipes

Energy ministry D-BEIS today advertised its intention to seek bids from heat network operators, eager to extend low carbon heat and chills to homes...

Ofgem green-lights nine SP Energy Networks projects towards Net Zero

SP Energy Networks has been given the green light to progress with £1.2m worth of projects to help tackle some of the UK’s biggest...

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,...

Latest issue of Modern Fleet magazine

The latest issue of our EV technology focussed magazine – Modern Fleet – is available to read online or via the new App. If you are interested...

New Ford & Stanley brand reflects UK sustainability focus

Talent services company, Ford & Stanley Group has kept pace with national environmental activities with the expansion of both its dedicated environmental technology recruitment...

Want long duration grid-focused batteries? Then put a Cap and Floor on balancing, Aurora...

Radical reforms to power trading rules are needed, if Britain is to achieve necessary expansion of long-duration power storage on route to Net Zero...

What will the world be like if hydrogen is the solution?

]A new, free-to-read book, ‘Touching Hydrogen Future. Tour around the globe’, sets out the changes we can expect if hydrogen projects currently under consideration...

Government doubles up on CfD auctions, as Kwarteng presses pedal to the metal

Joy has broken out in Britain’s renewables sector, in reaction to D-BEIS committing yesterday to double its frequency of Contracts for Difference (CfD) auctions...

BP’s $ 7.6 bn profit renews calls for windfall tax

BP today followed its hydrocarbon ‘sister’ Shell last week in announcing record sky-high profits, renewing politicians’ calls for a reluctant chancellor to impose windfall...

Renewables-supporting Brits reject scrapping ‘green taxes’ to fend off price hikes

A poll of 2,000 Britons released today gives the lie to beliefs propagated by MPs and newspapers on the Conservative right that the public...

Half night, half day: WPD’s Equinox prizes flex uses of low carbon pumps in...

Britain’s biggest distributed network operator is pumping over £15m into unlocking the flexibility offered by low carbon residential home heat.  Ground- or air-sourced pumps...