The UK offshore wind industry, once hailed as a global leader in renewable energy, is facing a critical juncture with the sudden halt of a major offshore windfarm project, coupled with soaring construction costs and a failure to adjust government support putting the industry at risk of falling short of crucial climate crisis goals.
Earlier this month, the Department for Transport announced new legislation mandating the availability of rapid public EV chargers.
We explore the future of the UK energy sector and how it can achieve a clean, secure, and fair energy system for all on the path to net zero.
Morten Wierod, President of ABB Electrification, explores the additional pressure that soaring energy costs are putting on businesses worldwide.
Solar car parks or car ports enable electricity production in open spaces that tend to be positioned conveniently near to energy-guzzling facilities such as hospitals, shopping centres or offices.
Geothermal power is commonly employed in Iceland. In the UK, Teesside, Newcastle and east Yorkshire are all potential locations for geothermal sites.
As the United Kingdom is rapidly transitioning towards renewable we look at the various commercial renewable projects in the UK
The United Kingdom has been making significant strides in renewable energy adoption, driven by a combination of factors such as the global energy crisis, rising energy prices, and the need to transition to cleaner energy sources.
The EU has reached a compromise on new targets for renewable energy after agreeing to make an exception for nuclear power in certain sectors amid pressure from France.
The UK’s first Hydrogen Champion Jane Toogood has published her independent report into the industry and in it urges the government to kickstart investment in the sector by overcoming barriers to deliver the first CCUS-enabled and electrolytic hydrogen production projects at scale, boosting investor confidence, building project momentum and driving UK content.