‘London boosts LED streetlighting by £124m’

A new study has revealed which cities have invested the most in LED streetlighting

Water cutting tech trials taking place this year to minimise impacts on the environment

The UK’s largest water retailer will introduce and trial flush-cutting technology this year as part of its Commitment to the Environment

Is offshore wind’s future taller than the Eiffel Tower?

A multi-turbine structure is predicted to generate enough energy to power 80,000 homes while reducing the cost and emissions of conventional installations

Utility Team partners with Centrica to deliver Energy Insights solution

Utility Team’s Energy Insights provides greater energy consumption monitoring and intelligence-driven energy efficiency solutions for organisations across many sectors

Look mum no hands! Self-driving cars to hit the UK streets by year-end

The self-driving technology will enable vehicles to reach speeds of up to 37mph on motorways

US offers $162m to improve efficiency and reduce emissions from cars and trucks

It will support the next stage of the SuperTruck initiative, aimed at electrifying freight trucking, along with efforts to expand electric vehicle infrastructure and lower emissions for on and off-road vehicles

Aquafin signs new €100m EU loan to finance wastewater treatment

The funds will be used to continue the expansion of wastewater collection and treatment in Flanders – currently, more than 85% of all wastewater in the region is collected and treated

US offers $52.5m to help manufacturers and wastewater treatment plants boost efficiency

The funding will be distributed through the Department of Energy’s Industrial Assessment Centres, which are university-based programmes that train students and offer no-cost efficiency improvement recommendations to small and medium manufacturing facilities

Almost 3.2m smart and advanced meters installed in 2020

As of 31st December 2020, there were 23.6 million smart and advanced meters in Britain, according to BEIS figures

Airborne drones ‘could soon discover ideal spots for tidal energy projects’

Current methods for assessing tidal streams depend on survey vessels or special sensors installed at the seabed, approaches that can be time-consuming and expensive