SSE to build first electric HGV charging hub in Birmingham

SSE Energy Solutions is set to build its inaugural fully electric charging hub for heavy goods vehicles at Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham

UK’s £160m green boost for developing nations

This financial support is expected to accelerate the development and deployment of green technologies

Drax partners with Port of Tyne for biomass imports

In a new four-year agreement, the Port of Tyne will annually import up to one million tonnes of biomass via rail for delivery to the Drax power station

Exploring algae: A game-changer for our plates?

Kristinn Haflidason, General Manager of biotech startup Vaxa Technologies, discussed with Energy Live News the process of nutrient extraction from algae and its transformation into sustainable food products

Government reveals biomass strategy

The strategy focuses on ensuring biomass sustainability, delves into both domestic and imported biomass supply and emphasises the critical shift towards bioenergy with carbon capture and storage

Drax denies “avoiding hundreds of millions in returns” to UK households

A Bloomberg investigation found that Drax allegedly avoided returning £639 million to households during UK cost of living crisis

Drax power plant’s subsidies at risk over compliance

In response to concerns heard in the House of Lords, Lord Callanan has stressed the ongoing investigation by Ofgem to determine if the biomass is sustainable or not before any decisive action is taken

Solar energy steals the spotlight

More than three-quarters of Britons have expressed support for solar energy, according to a new survey

Drax Power Station shines bright for King Charles’ coronation

Drax Power Station has projected a symbol onto one of its cooling towers to celebrate King Charles III’s coronation

Drax plans £150m share buyback following record profits

A few days ago, the energy giant closed its remaining coal units