New consortium formed to address energy security and climate crisis

The Resilient Infrastructure + Secure Energy (RISE) Consortium aims to reimagine how energy is used, generated, transported and stored and how efficient, modern and resilient infrastructure can be built

Statkraft completes construction of its second Irish energy storage project

The 26MW project will provide the stability needed to ensure smooth integration of renewables in Ireland’s grid

Outgoing Energy Institute CEO says sector is changing for better

Louise Kingham spoke to future Net Zero about how she will leave the organisation for a new role at BP and what she hopes to deliver in her new position

EAC urges government to seize tidal power potential

MPs suggest tidal range projects, such as lagoons and barrages, are stuck at the concept stage without sufficient funding

‘UK nuclear has saved 2.3 billion tonnes of emissions since 1956’

The Nuclear Industry Association claims that over this time period, nuclear power has saved more emissions than any other energy source in British history

Underwater cable being laid
National Grid to consult on Scotland to Yorkshire energy link

The project will bring renewable energy from Scotland under the North Sea to Drax in North Yorkshire

Will Gloucestershire become home to ‘world’s first’ fusion power station?

Gloucestershire County Council seeks the endorsement of a bid to nominate sites for the prototype fusion power reactor

Carl Peat

Meet the energy expert, Carl Peat

Philadelphia told turn off lights to prevent bird strikes

Artificial lights are thought to distract birds and ultimately cause them to crash onto buildings

Brokers vital for net zero pathway

How important is net zero as a talking point for brokers to have with their clients? Well, it’s vital according to a panel of experts brought together by OnlineDIRECT.