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.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled the eagerly anticipated Budget this afternoon, including support for a “world-first” infrastructure bank and at least £15 billion in green bonds.
Last year was Britain’s greenest yet, with renewables generating more power than fossil fuels for the first time according to a new report from Drax Electric Insights.
A round-up of some of the energy and EV technologies and companies highlighted at CES 2021.
In part eleven of our Current± Predicts series, Pale Blue Dot Energy's Alan James talks hydrogen, Millhouse Power's Dave Openshaw reviews taking a whole systems approach and Pegasystems's Jo Allen discusses how utilities can stay ahead of the curve in 2021.
For the fifth installment of Current± Predicts, Green Energy UK's managing director Doug Steward takes a look back at the year that's been, and adds his two cents about what's to come.
The energy industry has its say on the government's energy white paper, which was released yesterday and details its decarbonisation plans.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has released its own Ten Point Plan, highlighting the role of networks in supporting offshore wind, electric vehicles (EV) and hydrogen.
Energy majors have called on the UK government to target a net zero power system as part of the 'Sprint to Glasgow' lead-up to the COP26 climate conference.