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‘UK’s Largest’ Carbon Capture Plant Opens
Carbon dioxide captured from power generation emissions will be used as raw material in the manufacture of pharmaceutical grade sodium bicarbonate
Multi-Million-Pound Hydrogen-Powered Furnace Arrives in Liverpool
The furnace is believed to be the UK’s first refinery-based hydrogen-powered furnace
Rolls-Royce SMR Receives Rapturous Welcome Back Home by Mancunians
The engineering giant has confirmed Manchester will become home to its Small Modular Reactors unit.
World’s Largest Hybrid Ship Set to Ferry Passengers Between Britain and France
The idea behind the hybrid ships is that they can run on liquefied natural gas (a fossil fuel), battery power or a combination of the two.
Norway’s Equinor Seeks UK Funding for 1.2 GW Low-Carbon Hydrogen Plant
Norwegian energy company Equinor has submitted a funding bid to build a second major low-carbon hydrogen production facility in northeast England.
EDF Reportedly Ready to Pull Out of Sizewell C Nuclear Project
Unions have warned that the UK’s nuclear future will be at risk if the government investment decision for the project is delayed
EDF Renewables Progresses With Two UK Solar Projects
Two consented projects that EDF Renewables UK added to its solar portfolio in March 2021 have progressed to the site preparation and construction stage.
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Britishvolt Extends WMG Battery Cell Contract
Following an initial 12-month project, Britishvolt and WMG University of Warwick are embarking on a two-year programme.
UK Government £263MN ‘Tax Calamity’ Warning to Energy Sector
Energy businesses urged to prioritise their compliance to IR35 rules to avoid penalties issued to government warns insurance provider Qdos.
UK Energy Windfall Tax ‘Undermining Investment'
UK government’s new windfall tax may already be undermining the major investments needed according to Offshore Energies UK.
Green Hydrogen to Heat Scotland
UK gas network operator SGN and RWE have signed a partnership for green hydrogen for domestic heat in Scotland.
Sellafield Waste Removal Follows ‘Decades of Preparation'
The first batch of nuclear waste has been safely removed from one of the most hazardous buildings on the Sellafield site, the Magnox Swarf Storage Silo.
Brits Keener to See Solar Panels in Their Local Area Than Wind Farms
South West England and Wales are the regions with the highest levels of approval for local onshore wind, survey suggests.
UK’s Ofgem Proposes New Rules to Protect Customers Amid Soaring Energy Prices
Britain's energy regulator on Monday proposed new measures to protect consumers' money and prevent energy suppliers from charging high direct debit payments, a
UK’s £130M Subsea Cable Manufacturing Facility Reaches Final Grant Agreement
The project is forecast to create 170 new jobs
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ABB Releases Blueprint for Carbon Negative Microgrids