‘Nearly 85% of retired US power capacity in 2022 will be coal power stations’

Almost 14.9GW of coal-fired power capacity will retire in the coming months

New York homes to warm up with fresh $90m funding for heating

Emergency benefit applications are now being accepted for those householders who have already used up their regular benefits and are now facing a heating emergency

ENGIE and Equinor team up for Belgian hydrogen project

The companies are hopeful H2BE will contribute towards achieving the aims of the Belgian ‘Hydrogen Strategy’

‘Hydrogen town’ to be built in Lincolnshire

Equinor and Cadent will work together to explore the feasibility of creating a hydrogen town within the Humber region

Activists take government to the High Court for LNG project in Mozambique

Friends of the Earth attempting to block $1.15m financing for the project

Hi-tech vehicles to detect utility’s natural gas leaks

The ‘moving labs’ can gather and analyse methane, wind and atmospheric data

Cows ‘could bring clean heat to 750,000 UK homes’

Almost 109 biomethane green gas production sites are currently connected to Britain’s gas grid, new report suggests

‘Confusing blue and green hydrogen is dangerous’

Australia is ignoring the environmental impact of blue hydrogen when compared with its green alternative, claims a new study

New partnership to scale clean hydrogen and carbon black tech in South Korea

Monolith has developed a process technology that uses 100% renewable energy to convert natural gas into clean hydrogen and a solid carbon material called carbon black, used in the automotive and industrial sectors

E.ON ‘stops offering natural gas contracts’

The company wrote on its website “we are currently unable to offer you natural gas products”