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UK Could Become Silicon Valley of Energy
The UK could become the Silicon Valley of energy.
UK/Japan Partnership Look to License HTGR in the UK
Penultimate Power has teamed up with the Japanese Atomic Energy Agency with the goal of building a high-temperature gas-cooled reactor in the UK by 2029.
Scottish Enterprise Appoints Xodus as Offshore Wind Cluster Builder
Scottish Enterprise has appointed global energy consultancy, Xodus, to the role of Offshore Wind Cluster Builder in order to develop and grow the offshore wind
Bureau Veritas to Certify Moray West Offshore Wind Farm
Testing, inspection, and certification firm Bureau Veritas has been selected to carry out project certification for the Moray West offshore wind farm in Scotlan
Cerulean Winds Plans Floating Wind Turbine Project in UK North Sea
Low-carbon infrastructure developer Cerulean Winds said on Tuesday it has submitted plans to develop a floating wind turbine project in the British North Sea.
GE Submits Plans for Teesside Blade Plant
GE Renewable Energy’s plans for a UK factory to manufacture blades for offshore wind turbines have taken a major step forward after it submitted plans for the
Zenobe Announces Scotland’s First Transmission-Connected Battery Storage Project
Zenobe is developing Scotland’s first transmission-connected battery storage project, it has announced.
SSE Plans to Invest $2.8bn in Low-Carbon Power Projects
UK-based energy company SSE is planning to invest almost £2bn in low-carbon power projects this year.
UK Government Funds Hydrogen Power at Refineries
The UK government is subsidising a shift towards hydrogen-powered operations at two of the country's oil refineries, with £7.7mn in environmental grants.
Wind Power Sets New Record in the UK
UK wind energy set a new record on 21 May meeting almost two-thirds of electricity demand, according to preliminary data from National Grid ESO.
UK SMR Consortium Completes Phase One Design
The consortium, led by Rolls-Royce, which is developing a small modular reactor, on 17 May revealed its latest design and an increase in power, completing its f
Nucleom Supports Bruce Power’s Major Component Replacement Project, Opens New Office in Kincardine
Nucleom will support Bruce Power’s Major Component Replacement Project with non-destructive examination of critical components of the Unit 6 reactor as part of
UK Clean Energy Groups Urge Grid Decarbonisation by 2035
They wrote that, with just six months to go until the UK co-hosts the COP26 summit, Britain’s grid is "dirtier now than it was a year ago", with heavy reliance
Sumitomo Electric Wins Offshore Wind Cable Contract with UK’s Gwynt y Môr OFTO
The export cable is considered to be a critical infrastructure to deliver renewable energy to UK consumers.
BP in Talks to Sell 28% Stake in UK North Sea Field
The company had agreed last year to sell the Shearwater and Andrew projects to Premier Oil but the deal fell through
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