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UK energy: Wind was largest power source over winter months

UK energy: Wind was largest power source over winter months

Last winter, wind power emerged as Britain's largest single source of electricity. Onshore and offshore wind turbines generated 20% more electricity than gas-fired power...
ESOS Firms must register with IT portal by 5th June to avoid enforcement action

ESOS: Firms must register with IT portal by 5th June to avoid enforcement action

Organisations in scope of ESOS (the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme) have less than two weeks to register on the new IT portal, or risk...
Wind turbines in a grass field on a sunny day

Polling shows strong support for pro-renewables policies

After this month’s local elections, Rishi Sunak and the Conservative party are surely searching for campaign messaging that will resonate ahead of the upcoming...
Looking up at two nuclear reactors from below. A plant in Cheshire will receive funding from the government.

UK rockets nuclear forward with £196m investment

The government has announced a large investment in UK nuclear as well as a new consultation on nuclear fusion.UK to step forward as nuclear...
Looking down on super computer data centre

Norse power: How University of York slashed the carbon footprint of its Viking supercomputer

When the University of York needed to replace its ageing Viking supercomputer, a shift to Scandinavia may not have been the obvious choice. We...
A factory shows a CCUS system

CCUS: Call for evidence to help drive forward transportation of captured emissions

The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero has today (8 May) opened a call for evidence on how to best transport captured carbon...
Charging up: A business guide to b

Charging up: A business guide to battery storage systems

Battery storage, or battery energy storage systems (BESS), are devices that enable energy to be stored and then released when the power is needed...
Low Carbon Skills Fund Phase 5

A quick guide to Phase 5 of the Public Sector Low Carbon Skills Fund

Up to £16 million in grants will be available from 17 April to help public sector organisations decarbonise their buildings, thanks to the latest...
£60bn investment plan from National Grid to support electrical ‘backbone’ of UK

£60bn investment plan from National Grid to support electrical ‘backbone’ of UK

The National Grid’s Energy Electricity Systems Operator (ESO) has published its “Beyond 2030” report. It calls for up to £60 billion in investment to...
Unlocking Earth's power: A comprehensive guide to geothermal energy

Unlocking Earth’s power: A comprehensive guide to geothermal energy

Clean energy sources are going to play a vital role in the global race to net zero. Wind and solar are already well-defined resources,...

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