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Central Belt’s first hydrogen refuelling station for vehicles opens

An Edinburgh-based hydrogen technology firm is today announcing the opening of the first public hydrogen refuelling station (HRS) for vehicles in Scotland’s Central Belt.

Offering the only ... more


New scheme to boost renewable energy potential

An initiative designed to unlock the potential of smaller, regionally-connected power resources is being developed on Great Britain’s south coast by National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO), ... more

Baxi calls on government to mandate hydrogen-ready boilers by 2025

Baxi Heating is calling on the government to mandate hydrogen-ready boilers for all new gas boiler installations by 2025.

Responding to today’s report from the Hydrogen Taskforce, the company is ... more

Boilers, Pumps & Valves

Peterson supports the next generation with apprenticeships

International energy logistics provider, Peterson, has kicked-off Scottish Apprenticeship Week by announcing a number of new apprenticeships across its diverse business.

Peterson is now actively ... more


Myriam Madden appointed as Ofgem non-executive director

Myriam Madden has been confirmed as non-executive director and chair of the audit committee at the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).

Madden has held senior executive finance and ... more


Largest smart city regeneration project in the UK

Plans for the design of the largest smart city-wide energy system in the UK have been unveiled. The £2m scheme will cut energy bills and provide green heat, electricity and transport for residents.

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Smart sensing from Sontay 

Sontay has launched a new generation of intuitive Smart Sensors. This new range incorporates all the functionality of the first-generation sensors but with added features that meet the needs of the ... more

Energy storage market predicted to hit $500bn by 2035

The total energy storage market is expected to grow to $546bn in annual revenue by 2035, according to a report released by Lux Research.

The report, Global Energy Storage Market 2019, estimates ... more



The risk of blackouts and brownouts (a fall in voltage, typically causing lights to dim) are increasing on the power distribution grid due to ageing infrastructure and a lack of automation systems ... more

Smart local energy project gets green light

Switch2 Energy has been selected as a partner in Project Rewire-NW, which has won a share of £21m of funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) for ten ground-breaking smart UK energy projects.

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COPA-DATA announces energy event series

COPA-DATA has announced the program for the first of four zenon Energy Day events planned for 2020. The energy software provider has, so far, announced the North of England event, which will be held ... more

Demand builds for cleaner-burning energy

Global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) grew by 12.5 per cent to 359 million tonnes in 2019, according to Shell’s latest annual LNG Outlook – a significant increase that bolsters LNG’s growing ... more

New ESTA Automatic Monitoring and Targeting Guide launched

Members of the Energy Services and Technology Association’s Automatic Monitoring and Targeting Group (ESTA’s aM&Tg), have launched a new online guide to introduce and inform end users on the ... more

Delta-EE debuts Energy Insights+

Today Delta-EE, the specialist new energy consultancy, launches its Energy Insights+ service to offer European energy retailers a new research service to deliver customer value through the ... more

£90m UK drive to reduce carbon emissions

Households and businesses will benefit from £90m to cut carbon emissions in industry and homes, energy minister, Kwasi Kwarteng, has announced.

£70m will include funding for two of Europe’s ... more


Low carbon smart energy grid to combat fuel poverty

Consumers and businesses based in UK cities stand to benefit from a revolutionary low carbon smart energy grid called GreenSCIES (Green Smart Community Integrated Energy System), which has been ... more
Green Energy & CHP

Half of brits suffer from green guilt

Nearly half of Brits (49 per cent) suffer from 'green guilt' and admit exaggerating about their green lifestyle because they feel pressure from family, friends and colleagues to be greener.

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Are emergency lighting systems for for purpose?

A provider of building management services is urging facilities and building managers with responsibility for educational establishments to ensure their emergency lighting systems are ‘fit for ... more

Munich Airport earns new Airport Carbon Accreditation

Munich Airport has again been recognised for its continuous efforts to reduce its CO2 emissions.

Airport Council International (ACI Europe), the umbrella organisation of European airports, has ... more

Energy Management

Stäubli connectors assist in Antarctic solar power project

Uruguay's Artigas Base in Antarctica is home to ten research scientists and 15 crew members in summer. The scientific research station was traditionally powered by diesel generators, but besides the ... more
Green Energy & CHP

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