Shell to reduce workforce and downsize hydrogen operations

Shell is set to reduce its low carbon division workforce by around 15%

Wales & West Utilities secures funding for green hydrogen electrolyser

Wales & West Utilities has secured funding from Ofgem’s Strategic Innovation Fund to develop green hydrogen electrolyser prototypes

Offshore wind auction failure may hike wholesale energy prices by 20%

The failure of the latest UK offshore wind auction to secure new projects poses risks to climate targets, potentially resulting in higher power prices and increased carbon emissions, according to a new report

DHL signs seven-year SAFc deal for aviation decarbonisation

DHL Express and World Energy have entered into an agreement to utilise sustainable aviation fuel certificates, with the goal of replacing 668 million litres of conventional jet fuel

National Gas advances hydrogen network in Britain

National Gas has partnered with Jacobs and ERM for pre-FEED activities in a project designed to repurpose existing gas transmission infrastructure

New heat network to warm homes and businesses in Liverpool

Construction has started on the Mersey Heat Network Energy Centre at Peel Water’s Liverpool Waters at Princes Dock. Peel NRE, in collaboration with Ener-Vate, is leading the project, set to become a vital component of Liverpool’s low carbon energy infrastructure. The first phase of the Energy Centre aims to provide low carbon heat and hot […]

“We need to bring consumers with us on the net zero journey”

Claire Coutinho said that we need to be pragmatic in our approach to the energy transition in her speech at the Energy UK conference

Government launches second phase of capacity market changes

The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero has launched a consultation for changes designed to enhance energy security, align with net zero goals and improve scheme administration

Energy Secretary: North Sea decline jeopardises UK’s energy independence

Claire Coutinho has warned that if the UK doesn’t start new drilling projects, declining North Sea oil production could make the country rely on foreign energy sources

NIC urges full subsidies for heat pumps

The National Infrastructure Commission recommends the UK Government fund or subsidise heat pump installations, focusing on lower income households