FortisBC proposes to provide 100% renewable gas to all new homes

Every newly-built home connecting to the gas system would automatically receive renewable gas for the lifespan of the building, helping to dramatically cut emissions without changing the heating equipment

Equinor’s Martin Linge offshore field officially opened

The recoverable resources are estimated at around 260 million barrels of oil equivalent

EU greenlights €2.7bn restructuring aid for Romanian power company

CE Oltenia, active in power generation, local heat supply and mining, is the third largest producer of electricity in Romania

UK to review anti-dumping measures on Chinese steel

The Trade Remedies Authority will decide whether duties are still needed to offset dumping of these imports in the UK

New environmental challenge to tackle coastal pollution launched

A prize of up to £5,000 will be provided to the winners

‘Industry-first’: New £5m trial to decarbonise heat launched in Scotland

The project will explore how electricity networks can manage the expected increase in power demand by moving to electric heating solutions most efficiently and cost-effectively

LAVO and ITOCHU in hydrogen supply chain link-up

They have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore collaboration opportunities in the energy and power and mineral and metal industries

Plans to expand ‘world’s largest’ battery storage facility

Vistra has signed a 15-year agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company for a new 350MW battery system at the Moss Landing Energy Storage Facility in California

Key permit granted for floating offshore wind project in South Korea

Korea Floating Wind, a joint venture between Ocean Winds and Aker Offshore Wind, has obtained the Electric Business Licence for a capacity of 870MW and expects the second to follow for a 450MW capacity

Amp Energy gets green light for 800MW battery projects in Scotland

The company claims the two 400MW batteries, due to be operational in April 2024, will be the largest grid-connected project of its kind in Europe