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InstaVolt partners with Onto to help drivers make the switch to EVs even simpler

All-inclusive electric car subscription service, Onto, and rapid charging network, InstaVolt, have announced a partnership offering all Onto customers free charging across the whole of the InstaVolt ... more

FUNDAMENTALS acquires Powerline Technologies to help distribution network operators prepare for the demands of an electric future

FUNDAMENTALS, a leader in electrical grid technology today announces the completion of its acquisition of Powerline Technologies, as it continues its quest to solve the most complex challenges in the ... more

ABB to support Equinor on its roadmap to develop next generation autonomous oil & gas platforms

ABB to apply its Adaptive Execution methodology to help optimize the first unmanned processing platform for the Krafla field in the North Sea. Adaptive Execution integrates expert teams, new ... more

Babcock Wanson strengthens its position with the acquisition of Thermigas

Industrial process heating equipment and solutions specialist Babcock Wanson is pleased to announce the acquisition of Thermigas, the French leader of decentralised liquid-heating applications in ... more

New start-up secures almost £1m in funding

PPAYA, an innovative continuous auction and management platform, which connects commercial energy purchasers with renewable energy generators, has secured almost £1 million pounds in funding to ... more

Ground source specialist Kensa longlisted for second Ashden Award

Kensa Group has been longlisted for a prestigious 2021 Ashden Award for Climate Innovation for its multi-site renewable heating upgrade programme with Together Housing. Kensa previously won the ... more

VCS unveils zero emissions Jaguar I-PACE Rapid Response Vehicles

VCS, the UK ambulance conversion specialist, has unveiled the latest zero emissions vehicle to enter its range. The all-electric Jaguar I-PACE Rapid Response Vehicle (RRV) allows ambulance services ... more

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Analog Devices launch Ocean and Climate Innovation Accelerator

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and Analog Devices (ADI) have launched the Ocean and Climate Innovation Accelerator (OCIA) consortium. ADI has committed $3 million over three years ... more

European market value for connected climate control tech tops 718M€ last year, new report reveals

Delta-EE, the specialist new energy market research consultancy, has released its Connected Homes; State of the Market 2021 report that reveals connected climate control expenditure reached €718 ... more

Global EV battery production needs “significant boost to meet demand”

According to the ‘Electric Vehicle Battery Supply Chain Analysis,’ sponsored by ABB Robotics and authored by the automotive intelligence unit of Ultima Media, while 2036 is the changeover year when ... more

Enhanced visibility and safety with Snickers Workwear Hi-Vis

A Superior Range of Hi Vis Protective Wear – for all kinds of light conditions... more

Tidal powered cars driving Scotland to net zero

Nova Innovation has announced that vehicles in Shetland are now fuelled by the power of the sea. The marine energy experts have created the first ever electric vehicle (EV) charge point where drivers ... more

Emissions-cutting trucks and next-gen hydrogen buses closer to hitting the road with £54M Government-lead funding

Innovative green projects creating the next generation of electric trucks and hydrogen-powered buses are set to secure nearly 10,000 UK jobs and save millions on tonnes of carbon emissions, thanks to ... more

Nidec ASI is awarded a €12 million contract for the electrification of the berths in the port of Malta

Nidec ASI – head of the Nidec Industrial Solutions platform belonging to the Nidec Group, one of the groups engaged in restarting the economy with a view to greater sustainability – has signed a €12 ... more

Maintaining critical temperature in multi-fuel boilers

Ensuring that steam turbines run at maximum efficiency is directly dependent on the steam’s temperature entering the turbine. Higher steam temperatures mean higher efficiency and lower emissions. ... more

Wind data vital to recovering revenues post extreme weather event

As global weather becomes more unpredictable due to the escalating effects of climate change, wind farm owners and operators are at risk of not capturing and responding to all repair requirements ... more

Energy recruiter uses AI to monitor health and wellbeing of candidates

A recruitment company for the energy sector is using artificial intelligence to help support the health and wellbeing of its candidates. Hydro Energy Group has invested in the latest cutting-edge ... more

Delta Electronics Joins RE100 — 100% Renewable Electricity and Carbon Neutrality Targets for Its Global Operations by 2030

Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, today announced it has joined RE100, a global initiative bringing together the world’s most influential businesses that entails the ... more

Pumps: Missing in climate action?

Liquid pumps and related equipment are the single largest user of electricity in industrial and commercial applications. In the UK this amounts to 45TWh annually which is equivalent to the annual ... more

Pandemic drives demand for more efficient steam technology in 2021

• 68% of industrial steam users are now more likely to invest in greener steam technology following Covid-19 • Competitiveness, rising energy bills and equipment strain from pandemic demand are top ... more

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