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  • Rental e-scooters allowed from Saturday

    Rental e-scooters allowed from Saturday: From this Saturday rental e-scooters will be made legal and allowed on roads and in cycle lanes in the UK. New rules have been set out by the about the Department for Transport (DfT) for e-scooter use during the trial period, an increase in the permitted vehicle weight from 35kg...Read More »
  • Norfolk County Council approve waste-to-energy project

    Norfolk County Council approve waste-to-energy project: A new waste-to-energy project in the Norfolk County Council loal authority area is set to get approval, which potentially could save £2 million every year. Waste management company Veolia will be awarded a six-year contract to treat 108,000 tonnes of waste worth £102 million. The development is expected to...Read More »
  • Green jobs and nature recovery get £40m

    £40 million of governmental funding has been allocated for nature recovery, green jobs and conservation. The fund will help find natural solutions to tackle climate change, conservation organisations and their suppliers create up to 3,000 jobs and safeguard up to 2,000 others in areas such as protecting species. The scheme, aims to create short and...Read More »
  • UK could reach 40°C every 3 years by 2010

    UK could reach 40°C every 3 years by 2010: Every three or four years temperatures in Britain could soar to 40°C due to global warming. Thats the finding of a new report by the Met Office, which says the chances of ‘extremely high temperatures’ in parts of the UK are predicted to increase significantly by...Read More »
  • GIG & Enso Energy join for subsidy-free solar & storage

    GIG & Enso Energy join for subsidy-free solar & storage: Enso Energy and GIG Macquarie’s Green Investment Group are to partner up for an initial 1GW of solar power development in the UK. With the aim to create one of the UK’s largest subsidy-free solar and battery storage portfolios, the partnership hopes to deliver clean...Read More »
  • 15 companies launch Hub for nuclear at Moorside

    15 companies launch Hub for nuclear at Moorside: A total of 15 major companies have come together to support clean energy programmes and develop plans for a Clean Energy Hub based at Moorside in Cumbria. The Moorside Hub which aims to promote the proposal of nuclear projects, includes British engineering company Atkins, French energy giant...Read More »
  • thyssenkrupp and E.ON to pool hydrogen

    thyssenkrupp and E.ON to pool hydrogen: German industrial engineering and steel production conglomerate thyssenkrupp and Energy supplier E.ON are pooling the 600MW collective output of 150 electrolysis plants in Germany and the UK which will make hydrogen available to the wholesale power market. E.ON’s virtual power plant can link the plants to the electricity market...Read More »
  • Renewable energy transition in New South Wales

    Renewable energy transition in New South Wales needs to gather pace significantly: Research from Cornwall Insight Australia highlights that the energy transition in New South Wales (NSW) over the next decade will need to gather pace significantly.   The below graph shows that renewables have contributed an average of ~10% of total generation in NSW...Read More »
  • Non-domestic RHI scheme extended

    Non-domestic RHI scheme extended: A 14-month extension has been announced by the UK Government for non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme applicants to complete projects delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. The move is aimed at companies to help them avoid missing the start-dates for their projects, protect investment in the renewable heat industry and provide...Read More »
  • NHS could save £1bn by making homes energy efficient

    NHS could save £1bn by making homes energy efficient: The NHS could save £1 billion if UK homes were energy efficient and the works could create 8,000 jobs, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, drive down energy bills. The National Insulation Association (NIA) says in a new report, which suggests the launch of the Home Upgrade Grant...Read More »
  • McDonald drive-ins to offer EV rapid charging

    McDonald drive-ins to offer EV rapid charging: Hungry customers who pop into one of McDonald’s drive-in branches, will soon be able to have their electric vehicle (EV) rapidly charged while waiting for their Big Mac. This comes after a collaboration between InstaVolt and the fast-food giant. Both new and existing drive-through restaurants will be included...Read More »
  • EDF & Octo Energy launch solar & battery storage

    EDF & Octo Energy launch solar & battery storage: Octo Energy has inked an 200MW agreement with EDF Renewables to identify and build hybrid solar and battery storage projects in England and Wales. EDF’s goal is to expand its existing 1GW UK portfolio and reach 10GW of additional storage by 2035 and this partnership is...Read More »
  • 250 UK homes to get free heat pumps

    250 UK homes to get free heat pumps: Low carbon heat pumps are set to be installed in a total of 250 homes across  250 homes across Newcastle-upon-Tyne for free from July. BEIS and E.ON have launched the scheme with the intention of investigating ways of encouraging people to take a greater uptake in adopting...Read More »
  • £80m bill saving and emissions cut fund announced

    £80m bill saving and emissions cut fund announced: An £80 million fund to cut emissions from home and energy-intensive businesses has been launched by the UK Government. The money is being invested to shrink the carbon footprint and includes an investment of £30 million in manufacturers, such as steel plants and car factories. This fund...Read More »
  • Irish energy demand increase as lockdown is lifted

    Irish energy demand increase as lockdown is lifted: Research from Cornwall Insight Ireland highlights that as the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted across Ireland, energy demand in the Single Electricity Market (SEM) has increased. Weekday demand has risen by 3% (3GWh) on average, with current weekday demand levels averaging 94GWh since the lockdown restrictions started to...Read More »
  • 2019-20 greenest ever winter for GB

    2019-20 greenest ever winter for GB: Great Britain had the greenest ever winter last winter. The National Grid‘s annual report has come to the conclusion, which highlights the record for electricity generation last winter had the lowest carbon intensity. The annual report, also shows wind generation continued to grow its generation share, increasing from 18%...Read More »
  • Good Energy buys majority stake in EV charging map app

    Good Energy buys majority stake in EV charging map app: Good Energy will be increasing its share in Zap-Map, the app for electric vehicle (EV) charging sites it has announced. In March 2019 the energy supplier had previously invested £1.08 million in the company taking a 12.9% share in Zap-Map’s parent company Next Green Car....Read More »
  • CCC says end gas boilers within 15 years

    CCC says end gas boilers within 15 years: Fossil-fuelled boilers could soon see a total phase-out by 2035 for UK households. The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has published its latest progress report on efforts to cut emissions as we strive for net zero and this is its headline recommendation. Heat All new build homes...Read More »
  • Ofgem clamping down on bad energy suppliers

    Ofgem clamping down on bad energy suppliers: In order to continue operating as normal energy suppliers will soon have to meet certain criteria. New requirements for suppliers have been released by Ofgem in an effort to drive up customer service standards. The requirements include checks for all suppliers as well as growing suppliers, to make...Read More »
  • Cornwall Insight on the increase in BSUoS charges

    Cornwall Insight comments on the increase in BSUoS charges: The effects of the fall in energy demand due to the COVID-19 lockdown accompanied with a high penetration of renewables on the transmission system has seen the activity on the Balancing Mechanism (BM) increase.   This increase in accepted volume on the BM is reflected in...Read More »

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