‘Robots hold the key to net zero’

A new report claims that by 2050 the robotics market in the energy sector will be worth £8.4bn and could become essential to the maintenance and success of key renewable systems

Major green energy infrastructure projects to power New York City

Combined, they will produce around 18m MWh of renewable energy per year, enough to power more than 2.5m homes

Government pours £220m into decarbonisation of major emitting industries

The scheme will fund innovative green projects that will help businesses cut carbon and energy costs

Elicio and BayWa r.e. partner for 250MW floating offshore wind venture

It will be based in Brittany, France and is claimed to be the first commercial scale floating offshore wind farm on the continent

bp’s Matapal project achieves first gas ahead of schedule

Initial production from the development is expected to be in the range of 250 million to 350 million standard cubic feet per day once all the wells are fully ramped up

Dutch energy infrastructure upgrade granted €250m EU loan

TenneT Holding is building a 40-kilometre long electricity corridor that will enable the transmission of offshore wind energy to users in the Netherlands and beyond

Could there be 200 cars queuing for one charger?

Nearly eight million drivers will have to rely on public charging points with not enough to go round says research

Norway to increase gas exports to Europe as prices rise

Production permits for the Oseberg and Troll fields have each been increased by one billion cubic meters for the gas year starting 1st October 2021

Vattenfall launches ‘UK’s largest’ heat network

The project is forecast to provide heat to the equivalent of half a million homes in London

Final turbine installed at 857MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm

Once completed, it will be capable of generating enough green electricity to power the equivalent of more than 800,000 homes in the UK