Tuesday, October 27, 2020

1.3GW of new wind could come online this winter

A total of 1.3GW of new wind capacity could come online this winter, forecasts from Cornwall Insight's Renewables pipeline tracker report show. This is ~5%...

Green Homes Grant applications open for local authorities

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is inviting Local Authorities, working with their local partners, to apply for funding under Green...

‘Is hydrogen vegan?’ Cadent launches chatbot to answer the public’s questions on hydrogen

Is hydrogen vegan friendly? Does it have a smell? How is it made? Does it occur naturally as an element on its own? Cadent has...

New report looks at European Union energy policy in 2020

The European Commission has announced the new 2020 State of the Energy Union Report and its accompanying documents focused on different aspects of EU...

New project demonstrates potential new technology designed to decarbonise heating of homes

A new partnership between the University of Hull and Hull City Council offers a glimpse into the future of low-carbon housing. Experts in energy and...

European Commission announces strategy to improve energy performance of buildings

The European Commission has published its Renovation Wave Strategy to improve the energy performance of buildings. The Commission aims to at least double renovation rates in the...

Ofwat reviews the market for sludge trading

Water companies which make better use of bioresources activities – transporting, treating, recycling and disposing wastewater sludge to develop low carbon energy, could provide...

World’s leading power system operators launch global consortium

Earlier today during the BloombergNEF Summit, Audrey Zibelman, CEO of the Australia Energy Market Operator (AEMO) announced the launch of the Global Power System...

Call for evidence launched on decarbonising heat in homes

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee has launched an inquiry examining the path to decarbonising heating in homes. To reach the Government’s net...

Energy Price Cap extended until 2021

The Energy Price Cap seeks to shield those least likely to shop around for the best deals, including the elderly and most vulnerable, from...