Calls for UK Chancellor to deliver a climate action Budget

Calls for UK Chancellor to deliver a climate action Budget

Britain’s Chancellor Rishi Sunak will tomorrow deliver his first Budget, and with the UK this year hosting the COP26 climate talks, there is an increased focus on what could be – and should be – included in his measures.

GE Renewable Energy to supply Cypress Units for 70 MW Turkish...

GE Renewable Energy has been selected by Sanko Enerji to provide 12 Cypress units and 2 units of 3 MW for the 70 MW Guney wind farm in Turkey.
Industry reaction as EU unveils Climate Law

Industry reaction as EU unveils Climate Law

The European Commission has unveiled its much-anticipated Climate Law which is intended to drive Europe to climate neutrality by 2050.

E.ON to build deep geothermal power plant in Sweden

In Malmö, Sweden, E.ON plans to build a geothermal deep-heat power plant.
Hydrogen Taskforce delivers UK green gas action plan

Hydrogen Taskforce delivers UK green gas action plan

Energy giants BP and Shell are among the inaugural ten companies that have formed a ‘Hydrogen Taskforce’ in the UK.
Scientists hail ‘needle in a haystack’ fuel cell discovery

Scientists hail ‘needle in a haystack’ fuel cell discovery

Researchers from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland have discovered a new family of chemical compounds that they claim could “revolutionise fuel cell technology” and help reduce global carbon emissions.

Dutch bid to marry hydrogen and offshore wind

Gasunie, Groningen Seaports and Shell The Netherlands have announced their intention to launch the NortH2 project.

Sulzer to deploy advanced analytics solutions at two Atlantica solar plants

Sulzer is collaborating with Atlantica to install its BLUE BOX advanced analytics solution on the performance-critical pumps at two solar power plants.

Prompt coal exit on the cards for North Macedonia

The North Macedonian government has approved a national energy strategy, considering a coal phase-out before 2030.

Humans producing far more methane emissions than we thought

According to MIT Tech Review, a new study in Nature shows that humans are responsible for 25 to 40 per cent more of the total share of methane emissions than previously estimated.

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