Waiting for ‘unicorn’ energy tech to be developed ‘could cost UK 61% more’

Researchers from Imperial College London suggest developers are better off committing to existing low carbon tech immediately

OGA offers 123 new oil and gas licences

It has made a total of 26,659 square kilometres available, split into 229 blocks

Aberdeen-firm signs £28m deal to decommission 18 wells for Shell

The programme is scheduled to commence around the first of September this year

Grid balancing tech takes step closer to commercialisation

The Faraday Grid Exchanger has been independently validated by a research institution

ChargePoint partners with utility infrastructure firm

The firms aim to accelerate the growth of the UK’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure

UK ‘does not need and must not build new gas plants’

Environmental group WWF and thinktank Sandbag say renewables will be able to fill the gap left by the coal phase-out

Cadent outlines plans for £900m hydrogen plant ‘able to power 2m homes’

The firm says it could reduce carbon emissions by more than one million tonnes per year

EU: Energy transmission infrastructure must not interfere with wildlife

A new report says natural habitats must be protected while ensuring a safe, sustainable and affordable energy supply across Europe

Russia’s ROSATOM: ‘Business is business’

The state-owned nuclear corporation said it tries to steer clear of political tensions when conducting international trades

Health and Safety Executive: ‘Oil and gas sector must crack down on dangerous leaks’

It said some oil and gas operators had come “perilously close to disaster”