Gravitricity ponders hydrogen as “porridge” for ‘Goldilocks’ storage shafts

Inertia-based power storage pioneers Gravitricity are positing steel-lined mine shafts and rock piercings nearly 400 metres deep as storage tanks for Britain’s soon-to-be-abundant hydrogen. The...

Guilt-free flying “a reality”? Minister puffs £165 million under SAF’s Brit wings

Five innovative ventures turning end-of-life plastics into low carbon fuel for jetliners are to benefit from government grants totalling £165 million, the Department of...

Re-think EGL tax grab, or endanger renewables investment, REA tells Chancellor

The Chancellor’s imminent electricity generator levy (EGL) risks stalling or stifling hundreds of millions of new investment in renewables, Britain’s biggest lobbying body for...

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,...

Grid capacity – the bottleneck on net zero?

Electrification is surging throughout the UK, but grid capacity limits threaten to slow down the transition to net zero. The simplest way for any business...

Pure hydrogen commercial boiler used in industrial scale demonstration

In what is claimed to be a first, Baxi and H2GO Power have today announced an industrial scale demonstration to deliver their unique carbon...

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...

Monitoring software to encompass Scope 3 emissions

Net zero consultancy ClearVUE.Business’ energy and carbon management platform ClearVUE.Zero monitors companies’ emissions and allows business owners to cut unwanted and wasteful consumption, reducing their carbon footprint....

What is Net Zero & Why Energy Efficiency is Key

Net zero is something that you will constantly read about in the news, but what does it actually mean? It is common knowledge that...

May sounds British firms’ “mayday” for 1.5 degree cap on planet heating this century

Former prime minister Theresa May today led calls from British businesses to keep the 1.5 degree Paris climate target alive, as the UN climate...

Critical consequences: securing the path to Net Zero

As cyber attacks on critical national infrastructure increase, Polly Curtin and Campbell Hayden highlight the need for clean tech and infrastructure to be secure...

Veolia to deliver £27million contract to cut carbon and energy costs for Eastbourne District...

Veolia’s project is one of the first to take a whole building approach using  wide ranging energy upgrades to target carbon savings of 4,129...

Government ‘won’t achieve Net Zero by 2050’, slim majority tell British Gas’ new Net...

Just over half of UK adults - 54% - lack confidence that that the government can cut emissions to reach Net Zero by 2050....

CCUS being adopted ‘far too slowly’, says McKinsey

Worldwide deployment of carbon capture use and storage (CCUS) technology needs to accelerate by as much as 120 times current rates of outlay, if...

Thermals on, deep down that hole

Britain has been too slow to develop the potential of geothermal heat, drilled virtually carbon free from hundreds of metres below our feet, MPs...

HOP2 it: Oil industry pockets Holyrood’s £2m towards commercialising blue hydrogen

The British oil industry’s Net Zero Technology Centre has been awarded £2.12M from the Scottish government, in quest of a means to deliver commercially...

Hydrogen UK launches ‘Hydrogen Accelerators’ to spur UK’s competitive advantage

Hydrogen UK (HUK), the largest trade association for the hydrogen industry in the UK, will today be launching its ‘Hydrogen Accelerators’ at the Conservative...

Electrolyser technology key to unlocking green Hydrogen’s potential says IMI Critical Engineering

With experts predicting that hydrogen uptake must triple to meet global decarbonisation targets, IMI Critical Engineering has expanded its breakthrough technology portfolio and launched...

Solar chiefs to PM: Get real, and un-Truss more land for PV

Bosses of Britain’s busy solar sector today gave the government food for thought, urging  solar sceptic Liz Truss to get behind the industry. Representatives of...

Great British Energy: Labour would launch nationally owned green powerco in Year 1, says...

Sir Keir Starmer today pledged to launch a nationalised clean energy company in competition with existing suppliers and within the first year of a...