Oil and gas production efficiency on UKCS continues to rise

The efficiency of resource extraction in the offshore territory increased for the sixth consecutive year to 75% in 2018

Waitrose cuts energy use in its stores by 40% with new fridge tech

The supermarket giant is making the saving by having introduced new open-fronted fridge technology from Wirth Research

US invests $39m to improve existing coal power stations

Projects aim to improve the efficiency, reliability and flexibility of the nation’s coal-fired fleet

In pictures: The Energy Solutions Show

Various technologies were showcased, from energy storage to electric vehicles, procurement to sustainability, renewable energy and flexibility to much more

TESS 2019: Navigating big data and driving efficiencies

Paul Keigher from SSE Business Energy will be showcasing a simple and visual way for businesses to address that at The Energy Solutions Show

Guest Blog: Jo Butlin – Localised energy markets – the new energy norm?

It was a record breaking 2019 Easter weekend with the whole country revelling in end to end sunshine. Fewer people would have been aware that the 90 hours of continuous generation with no coal on the system was also record breaking.

Chicago
Chicago to install 40,000 LED streetlights as next step in modernisation

The move forms part of a larger scheme to update infrastructure, which will replace 270,000 lights in total, making up 85% of streetlamps across the city

Scotland
EV charging and energy efficiency to be focus of Scottish infrastructure

The Scottish Futures Trust says high-quality infrastructure is key to providing a strong foundation for sustainable economic growth

Baby
Congratulations on your new baby… but don’t forget about the energy bill

A new study suggests a baby being born means a household’s energy bills are likely to rise by a third

Essex becomes home to energy efficient Energiesprong project

Moat Homes Limited has teamed up with ENGIE to launch a five-home pilot scheme in Maldon