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Pataki-Cahill Group and Jolt Energy Group develop urban high-power EV charging for the United States

Jolt Energy Holdings is delighted to announce the partnership with former New York Governor George E. Pataki and Pataki Cahill Group – the energy and environmental resiliency development firm – to ... more

Shell introduces a global portfolio of carbon neutral lubricants

Shell has announced it will offer customers carbon neutral lubricants across a range of products for passenger cars, heavy duty diesel engines and industrial applications. Shell aims to offset the ... more

Bringing affordable energy to hospitals

According to research from energy consultancy Energy Management LLP, NHS Trusts spend an average of half a billion pounds each year on gas and electric. Powering patient care is a costly exercise, ... more
Energy Management

SSE teams up with Goldsmiths, University of London to slash carbon emissions

Energy solutions provider, SSE Enterprise has signed a joint development agreement with Goldsmiths, University of London to design and deliver a low carbon campus infrastructure in pursuit of the ... more

EMS reduces CO2 emissions for door provider

Pilot Group’s Energy Management System (EMS) has reduced CO2 emissions and delivered significant cost savings for Hörmann (UK), Europe’s leading door provider. After undertaking a comprehensive site ... more
Energy Management

EVA England launches drivers’ survey to improve confidence in the EV public charging experience

EVA England, a consumer association offering a voice for electric vehicle drivers in England, wants to hear the views of electric vehicle (EV) drivers about their experiences of using public ... more
Electric Transport

LF Energy partners with Sony Computer Science Laboratories to launch open-source microgrid project

LF Energy, a Linux Foundation nonprofit seeking to accelerate the energy transition of the world's grids and transportation systems through open source, along with its newest member, Sony Computer ... more

Pollutive refrigerants pose sustainability risk to heat pump rollout

Heat pump suppliers are being urged to consider balancing an expected surge of installations in 2021 with long-term environmental targets concerning the global warming potential (GWP) of refrigerants ... more

Law firm partners with NFU for Green Energy webinar

National law firm Clarke Willmott LLP hosted the first in a series of energy-focussed webinars, partnering with NFU Energy to look at green energy projects in the agricultural sector. The Green ... more

Analog Devices’ battery management system ICs and automotive audio bus power Volvo’s all electric XC40 SU

Analog Devices, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADI) and Volvo Cars announces that Volvo Cars’ first pure electric SUV—the Volvo XC40 Recharge—will feature ADI’s integrated circuits (ICs) that support the battery ... more

Siemens: UK manufacturers must step-up energy resilience planning to meet the challenges of tomorrow

Technology giant says manufacturers face more operational pressures and evolving energy requirements, but some will fall foul of unmaintained legacy electrical systems. The spectre of legacy ... more

Logan Energy delivers first of its kind hydrogen project in North Wales

Clean energy solutions provider, Logan Energy, has won a public tender contract with Welsh social enterprise, Menter Môn, to support the delivery of a hydrogen production plant, refuelling and ... more

1966 Bungalow – refurbished and sustainably weather-proofed

“Warmth, weather-resistance and sustainability were our top priorities when we decided to refurbish our 20th century bungalow at Houlston Manor,” says Bob Griffiths, Shropshire farmer. Following ... more
Building Management

Former colliery set to help UK achieve net-zero

Ylem Energy has commissioned a new flexible power generation site at a former colliery, Sutton Manor, in Merseyside. It is the latest in a series of flexible power generation sites around the North ... more

Ageing offshore wind turbines could stunt the growth of renewable energy sector

The University of Kent has led a study highlighting the urgent need for the UK’s Government and renewable energy industries to give vital attention to decommissioning offshore wind turbines ... more

Partnership to provide new skills and new jobs in Birmingham

A successful training and employment programme is set to give over 200 people in and around Birmingham the opportunity to retrain and secure full-time work. The jobs initiative is part of a ... more

Multi-million pound programme launches to kick start Green Recovery in South East

UK Power Networks has announced a major programme to kick start the ‘Green Recovery,’ by cutting the cost of green energy projects. The energy network, which keeps the lights on for more than 18 ... more

Waste Knot Energy strikes £132m deal with Komercon

Waste Knot Energy, an innovative fuel manufacturer that offers pellets made from dry waste materials as a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels, has partnered with international supply management ... more

Börger's Waste Salmon Crush for Isle of Lewis biogas

A Multicrusher made by Borger is playing a key role in the continuing success of an award-winning waste-to-energy operation in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. At Stornoway’s Creed Integrated Waste ... more
Boilers, Pumps & Valves

Futuristic technology designed to prevent power cuts is being trialled by UK Power Networks

Distribution Fault Anticipation (DFA) technology is being tested in the South East and East of England as a way to spot network faults before they interrupt people’s supplies. The DFA-Plus device ... more

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