Bottoms up! Thousands of litres of expired beer fuel wastewater treatment plant in Australia

By adding around 150,000 litres of expired beer to the plant’s digester, a water utility was able to generate enough biogas to power 1,200 homes

UAE switches on the ‘first nuclear power station of the Arab world’

This is the first out of four nuclear reactors, which once operational are estimated to produce 25% of national demand

Chevron to power oil and gas operation with 500MW renewables

The projects will power Chevron’s operations in the US Permian Basin, Argentina, Kazakhstan and Western Australia

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‘UK’s first-ever heat pump tariff’ set to be launched this autumn

The new offering from Good Energy promises cheaper rates at certain periods during the day, while the national electricity grid is greener

US invests $118m to develop carbon neutral coal products

Coal FIRST plants will incorporate carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies and will be flexible to provide affordable electricity and hydrogen

Celestial supercharge! NASA broadcasts spacewalks for space station’s energy upgrades

Astronauts will replace ageing nickel-hydrogen batteries with new lithium-ion batteries

National Grid launches work on the ‘world’s longest electricity interconnector’

Siemens Energy will build the UK and Denmark converter stations on both ends of the 765 kilometre-long cable between the neighbouring countries

‘Renewables smash new record providing 40% of European electricity’

The ‘highest quarterly figure on record’ was achieved while the share of fossil fuels dropped to 33%, according to a new report

‘Brits waste almost £8.9bn on energy bills each year by not switching provider’

The highest overpayment is reportedly in the South East, where 3.5 million homes could be saving £1.2 billion a year