An inquiry into the role battery and fuel cell technologies will play in the UK’s path to net zero has been launched by the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee.
A new business division focused on green hydrogen has been created by ScottishPower, with its first projects expected next year.
In November 2020, Invinity Energy Systems revealed it would be pairing its vanadium flow battery technology with the European Marine Energy Centre’s (EMEC) tidal generation on the Orkney Islands.
The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has laid out a route to a fully decarbonised UK, it what it is calling a world first.
Ofgem has awarded up to £58 million to five projects designed to support the UK’s transition to net zero.
Measures to improve the UK's green infrastructure - including the creation of a UK infrastructure bank, a ramping up of electric vehicle policy and funding for hydrogen and carbon capture and storage - have been detailed by the government.
In a world first project, tidal power is set to be combined with vanadium flow batteries to produce continuous green hydrogen.
Spanish energy giant Iberdrola has launched a €75 billion (£68 billion) investment plan, targeting increased renewables and network improvements.
Renewables, green hydrogen and carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) will be key to ‘Herculean’ task of keeping global warming within 2-degrees.