ITM Power raises £250 million to boost electrolyser output

Investors have jumped at the chance to pump £250 million into clean hydrogen and storage firm ITM Power, funding it to raise output of...

RES’ and Octopus’ £3 billion boosts green hydrogen

The oil and gas incumbency’s preferred blue stain of up-and-coming hydrogen took a further hit to its credibility this morning, as its cleaner, greener...

IEA: “Stubborn fossil fuel incumbency” blocks world from Paris green energy targets 

The planet’s progress towards 100% energy generation from renewable or low carbon sources is way off the pace needed to meet the climate goals...

Decarbonisation and the Future of Energy

Ahead of COP26, Veolia and The Energyst are hosting a webinar that will demonstrate real-world examples of carbon-reduction strategies and technologies that can aid an...

UK slips to fifth on EY’s renewables index, as Total & Macquarie plot green...

Britain has dropped a place to fifth in EY’s twice-yearly Renewable Energy Investment Country Attractiveness index, despite the current wall of money breaking over...

UK short of podium in global ‘Energy Trilemma’ rankings

At equal fourth place in global rankings, Britain is juggling better than most of 126 other nations the triple concerns of energy security of...

Latest edition of The Energyst available

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,...

SIMEC Atlantis’ pellets-to-power plant snags in Welsh red tape, takes huge LSE hit

Marine-turbine-spinners to plastic-burners SIMEC Atlantis have accused a UK devolved administration with imperilling their bid to convert south Wales’ former coal plant at Uskmouth...

Octopus wraps arms around two allies, shows Will to go big on green H2

Octopus Energy’s recently formed green hydrogen leg today announced a partnership designed to inject major new UK capacity into the gas’ low carbon, renewably...

“Keep North Sea taps open”, urges UK gas group, as China buys energy ‘at...

Britain’s oil and gas industry has urged ministers to fight the gas price crisis by maintaining current production and approving new North Sea fields...

Aberdeen University votes to divest fossil fuels

A university famed for its expertise in assisting Britain’s production of fossil fuels voted this week to sell all its investments in the sector.  The...

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...

Starmer: £ 28 billion every year to decarb Britain, plus a Clean Air...

Britain’s biggest opposition party has pledged to spend up to £ 28 billion every year this decade to  strip carbon out of the UK’s...

Nuke plants big and small ‘earmarked for Wales’

The Government is considering Wales as a home for mini nuclear reactors and one giant one in an attempt to prevent further energy crises. Rolls-Royce...

“Strip out gas to clean grid by 2035” – 13 big firms to Kwarteng

Major corporate energy users Thames Water, BT and the Co-op are among thirteen big employers today calling for 100% decarbonisation of Britain’s power by...

Drax targets 80% British sourcing of ‘world’s biggest’ BECCS project

Pellet-burning behemoth Drax is offering British suppliers the chance of contracts it values at ‘hundreds of millions of pounds’, in its bid to build...

Would you Adam’n’Eve it? East London to get Britain’s ‘biggest’ heat network

Four boroughs straddling the Thames in London’s East End are set to benefit from a district heat network of up to 500,000 homes by...

Green gas primes jobs bonanza, Energy Networks Association promises

Hydrogen projects now on or approaching Britain’s drawing boards could create at least 17,000 high-tech jobs in the nation’s industrial heartlands, research published this...

Breakthrough trains powered by community-owned solar await planners’ green signal

A world-leading initiative to power scheduled rail services from carbon-free electricity sold by a solar co-operative in a Sussex beauty spot faces a crunch...

Hydrogen ‘safe’ in 20% blends over Keele’s pipes, trial decides

Advocates of hydrogen blended with conventional ‘natural’ gas to lessen harms from the methane-dependent fluid, were today celebrating the success of Britain’s first test...