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Construction begins on duo of clean energy generation plants in Lancs

Electrical engineering firm, Smith Brothers Contracting, has commenced design work for two new gas peaking plants in Lancashire. The contract will be delivered on behalf of infrastructure investment ... more

What future for hydrogen?

In the general drive to decarbonise and with up to £500m promised in funding by the Prime Minister for a trialling the use of hydrogen in homes for heating and cooking, a hydrogen neighbourhood by ... more

The impact of the energy White Paper on the house building sector

Philip Brown, Commercial Property partner at national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP, comments on the impact of the Government’s energy white paper on the house building sector... more

Planning for a green future

As we see a pathway out of the pandemic, TEAM Energy’s Head of Consultancy, Timothy Holman examines what the Government’s net zero ambition really means to UK businesses and, in a countdown to the ... more

Rising energy prices are “killing British industry”

As Britain faces a deepening steel crisis, with 5000 jobs at risk, the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has warned that the steel industry and other energy-intensive industries have no future in ... more

Smarter Grid Solutions tackles flexibility from clean energy with launch of ANM Strata 3.1

Energy software specialist Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) has responded to the growing demand for grid flexibility with the release of ANM Strata 3.1, the latest development of its flagship distributed ... more

Rebel Energy prepares for launch with crowdfunding initiative

Rebel Energy, a startup energy supplier, has announced that it has raised more than £220,000 in crowdfunding in just seven days. The UK’s newest energy brand launched its fundraising campaign with ... more

Harnessing existing generation assets can enable Net Zero Carbon energy systems for regions and cities, modelling data confirms

The energy and mobility sectors, urban development and agriculture must all interact to meet the UK’s target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Regions, municipalities and state bodies will have ... more

Energy Assets pursues pole position in metering operations

World-class motorsport data analytics informs new predictive maintenance regime... Meter installation engineers at Energy Assets look set to cut their carbon footprint, thanks to engagement with a ... more

Oilon to supply heat pumps for China's largest battery farm

Oilon is to supply industrial heat pumps for a battery farm in Dalian, North-Eastern China. The electricity storage facility is currently under construction and will go online during 2021. Oilon's ... more

Industry urged to resume preventative maintenance ahead of breakdown backlog

With the early impact of the pandemic restricting most of industry’s maintenance activities in 2020, leading engineering company, Alfa Laval warns of a potential breakdown backlog if routine repairs ... more

Energy expert calls for more women to enter the energy industry

A leading energy expert has called for more women to get involved in the sector after research from 2019 shows that just 14% of the energy workforce are women. Maria Bastian, who heads up two of the ... more

Snickers Workwear Stretch Shorts – For Street-Smart Comfort This Summer

Brand NEW Men’s and Women’s Work Shorts for the flexible working environment - designed for superior comfort and freedom of movement. Combining 4-way stretch fabric that delivers working comfort all ... more

Schaeffler publishes Sustainability Report 2020

The Schaeffler Group continues to expand its commitment in the field of climate protection – and with success: the company was again able to improve its performance in important sustainability ... more

Faradion and Phillips 66 announce major new technical collaboration to develop lower cost and higher-performing sodium-ion battery materials

UK company Faradion the pioneers of the first sodium-ion powered vehicle and Phillips 66 have launched a new technical collaboration to develop lower-cost and higher-performing anode materials for ... more

Micro mobility in the driving seat as EIT InnoEnergy backed DUCKT secures Paris pilot project

Micro mobility infrastructure innovator, DUCKT, has been awarded a pilot project for the installation of 150 dock, lock and charge points across the "Paris Rive Gauche" (13e) area of Paris. The ... more

Circular economy project set to ensure clean energy solutions don’t increase landfill waste

A sustainability project, led by the University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC), part of the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland, is looking at circular solutions to ... more

Versinetic partners with global EV charging software provider Saascharge

Electric vehicle charging design consultancy Versinetic has announced its partnership with leading international software provider Saascharge to deliver flexible, robust and secure EV charging back ... more

EIT InnoEnergy and SolarPower Europe launch the European Solar Initiative

EIT InnoEnergy and SolarPower Europe, launch the European Solar Initiative (ESI), with the support of EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson and EU Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton. The ESI ... more

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

 
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