• Carbon Trust launches next stage of ORJIP Offshore Wind

    The Carbon Trust has announced the launch of Stage 2 of the Offshore Renewable Joint Industry Project (ORJIP) for Offshore Wind.

  • Uni of Sheffield researchers to offer low carbon transport insight

    Researchers from the University of Sheffield’s new Energy Institute are set to play a role in two new initiatives aimed at removing the barriers to low-carbon transport.

  • HVO biofuel: The future of data centre emergency power fuelling

    Mark Andrews, director of Crown Oil discusses the role of HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) biofuel in the futre of emergency power for data centres.

  • Transforming offshore wind energy

    ABB partners with wind energy operator to generate power at world-beating efficiency.

  • Renewable resistors

    In recent years, renewable energy options have become much more efficient and feasible, which has led to a large adoption of these applications. However, just like all other power generation methods, these applications require resistors. Cressall's Simone Bruckner explains the challenges in designing resistors for renewable applications.

  • The race is on

    Contributing editor Jordan O’Brien takes a look into the increasing demand for electric vehicles in the UK.

  • Carbon Trust welcomes record low strike prices for offshore wind

    The Carbon Trust explains why it has welcomed the announcement of the Contracts for Difference (CfD) Round 3 strike prices.

  • Haven Power to supply renewable energy to Ford UK

    Haven Power will supply Ford Motor Company UK’s three manufacturing locations with around 250GWh of renewable electricity per year. 

  • First Mr. Electric Welsh franchise launched

    Local couple Michael Stewart and Tracy Yarnall have launched Wales’ first Mr. Electric franchise, covering Newport, Abergavenny, Cwmbran, Pontypool and surrounding areas.

  • What’s fuelling our data?

    With global data traffic more than doubling every four years, it’s no surprise that the environmental impact of data centres is coming under scrutiny. Simone Bruckner, managing director of power resistor manufacturer Cressall Resistors, investigates the efficiency of our data centres.

  • Let’s hear it for wind power

    Just as Extinction Rebellion were marching through Central London, decrying the lack of action to combat climate change, something quietly momentous was happening in the wonderful world of electricity. 

  • PV piffle 

    Time spent reading the Hansard reports of House of Lords’ Question Time is seldom wasted.

  • Willy Wonka & the charging battery

    The golden ticket to widespread EV adoption will rely on a large network of public charging points. Contributing editor, Jordan O’Brien, finds out what needs to be done to grow the UK’s EV charging infrastructure. 

  • Electricity North West switches to renewable electricity

    Depots and offices owned by Electricity North West are now being powered by renewable energy generated from Walney Wind Farm off the coast of Cumbria, as part of the North West's move to become carbon neutral.

  • New Siemens Gamesa wind turbine debuts in Denmark

    The first of Siemens Gamesa’s new SG 5.0-132 model of wind turbines will be installed on the island of Thyholm, close to the Limfjorden fjord in Denmark.

  • Electricity North West reveals energy consumption plans

    Electricity North West, which operates the power network throughout the region, has revealed that it expects peak electricity demand in the North West to increase by up to 50% in the next 20 years, as the region transitions to a low carbon future and moves away from its reliance on fossil fuels.

  • All at sea?

    The International Energy Agency (IEA) has announced that offshore wind power has the capacity to meet all of the world’s electricity demand, and is set to be a “game-changer” for energy systems. 

  • Preparing for tomorrow, today

    Richard Molloy, manager, UK Energy Storage, Eaton, explains why flexibility is key to the energy transition.

  • Busting electric vehicle myths

    Following a surprise break into the electric vehicle (EV) market, Dyson’s £2 billion project came to an end in October 2019. With Dyson failing to find a way to make its project commercially viable, is the EV hype fizzling out? Simone Bruckner, MD of Cressall Resistors, busts some of the myths in EV uptake. 

  • SGS Tecnos gains ENAC testing lab accreditation for EV chargers

    Inspection, verification, testing and certification company SGS has gained accreditation for the testing of electric vehicle (EV) chargers at its SGS Tecnos laboratory in Madrid, Spain.

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