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£2.2m maritime decarbonisation project started in Orkney

£2.2m maritime decarbonisation project started in Orkney: A new £2.2m project has begun in the UK to investigate different solutions for decarbonising ferries along with shore side activities in ports. The 7 month Hydrogen in an Integrated Maritime Energy Transition (HIMET) project in Orkney, managed by the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) intends to display…
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Government idea to rid gas boilers labeled ‘absurd’

Government idea to rid gas boilers labeled ‘absurd’: The government intention to ‘rip out’ the current gas boilers from 24 million UK homes is ‘utterly absurd’, stated the GMB Union. The union forecasts the projected restriction on new gas boilers set ups could make energy bills higher as well as possible weeks of interruption for…
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First Hydrogen blended gas hailed a success in UK

First Hydrogen blended gas hailed a success in UK: A new report has found that around 100 homes have recieved a hydrogen blended gas and the results have been successful. In staffordshire, there has been an 18-month trial, hydrogen was injected into a private gas network serving these homes and 30 faculty buildings at Keele…
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IRENA & Hydrogen Council to improve green hydrogen

IRENA & Hydrogen Council to improve green hydrogen: The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) along with the Hydrogen Council, a global CEO coalition, has united to collectively progress green hydrogen throughout the energy system as well as be instrumental in net zero goals worldwide. The Partnership Agreement indicates a new milestone in the history of…
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North London granted low carbon heat through funding

North London granted low carbon heat through funding: 2 main extensions of a community heat network throughout N London have been given £24 million in funding through the government’s Heat Networks Investment Project. The extensions of the community heat network are expected to permit the supply of low carbon heat to over 50,000 homes. The…
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South West’s grid will receive hydrogen boost

South West’s grid will receive hydrogen boost: The UK’s national regulator for workplace health & safety gave the authorisation to a project that is focused to deliver extra hydrogen into the grid in Swindon, in South West England. Wales & West Utilities revealed plans to inject gas that contains as much as 1% hydrogen into…
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UK petrol tanks can now be filled with E10

UK petrol tanks can now be filled with E10: E10, a mix of standard petrol & ethanol created from materials, containing low grade grains, sugars & waste wood has its debut at British  petrol stations now. The Department for Transport forecasts the offering is predicted to lower transport carbon dioxide emissions by 750,000 tonnes annually.…
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Bolivia: 2GW of renewables achievable in energy transition

Bolivia: 2GW of renewables achievable in energy transition: A Cornwall Insight and Turner & Townsend report commissioned by the UK Embassy for Bolivia was presented by COP 26 President Alok Sharma MP to the Bolivian President, Luis Arce. The report –The development of a national energy transition strategy for Bolivia (2021-2051) – provided an assessment…
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Sadiq Khan visits water source heat pump project

Sadiq Khan visits water source heat pump project: Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London met with Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees to tour the new Castle Park Water Source Heat Pump project in Bristol which is established to decarbonise the city’s heat generation. The 3MW water source heat pump is described to be the biggest project…
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EV chargers could replace iconic red phone boxes

EV chargers could replace iconic red phone boxes: Is it possible that electric vehicle (EV) charge points could take the place of red phone boxes which is one of Britain’s most favourite iconic designs? The Department for Transport (DfT) has reported it has selected the Royal College of Art (RCA) and PA Consulting to design…
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