Ofgem gives £9m to hydrogen research facility

Cash part of £12.7 million project investigating how transmission assets could transport hydrogen in the future

Shell’s carbon capture technology granted approval after trial at waste-to-energy plant

Captured carbon dioxide from the plant will be injected into seafloor thousands of metres below sea level in the West of Norway

Carbon capture and storage technology gets green light in Norway

DNV GL says the post-combustion technology will capture and liquefy 400,000 metric tonnes of the carbon dioxide produced each year at a cement plant 

Green light for ‘world’s first’ LNG-powered shallow water pushboat design

Rolls-Royce and Robert Allan say the new design produces less pollutants than vessels with conventional propulsion systems

Co-op partners with DNV GL to forecast community energy demand

The forecasting services outlined under the agreement will mean supply and demand can be more accurately matched

Crown Estate to study offshore wind transmission

The Crown Estate has commissioned a study into best practice in the transmission of power from offshore wind. The research will draw on knowledge from developers, transmission owners and equipment manufacturers and build on recommendations made last year by the Government’s taskforce which looked at cutting the cost of offshore wind. Martin Simpson, Head of New […]