Current± took a look at three of the projects awarded funding as part of Stream Two of BEIS’s Longer Duration Energy Storage Demonstration Programme.
Energy Bill: Commitment to security welcomed although calls for government to pursue efficiency measures continue
Current± takes a look at how the energy sector has reacted to the inclusion of an Energy Bill in the Queen's Speech.
An expansion of the Rapid Charging Fund (RCF) to cover all road transport could deliver enough capacity for en-route Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) charging and hydrogen re-fuelling at up to 78% of motorway service areas in England.
Kwarteng calls for O&G majors to reinvest in clean energy technologies as bp announces surging profits and investment
Secretary of state for business, energy and industrial strategy (BEIS) Kwasi Kwarteng has called on North Sea oil and gas producers to invest in “the clean energy technologies of the future".
Following on from yesterday’s (7 April) energy security strategy, the government has launched a £375 million support package for nuclear, hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS).
The government’s British Energy Security Strategy has been met with criticism from the energy sector, having been described as a “missed opportunity.”
Shell UK has announced it is to invest £20 to 25 billion in the energy sector over the next decade.
The Labour Party has unveiled a five point plan to increase energy security in light of the energy crisis.
bp has seen its profits surge to £9.5 billion ($12.8 billion) for 2021, on the back of high oil and gas prices.