Leading energy management expert, Northern Gas and Power, in huge recruitment drive, after further growth success

Northern Gas and Power (NGP) – part of Global Procurement Group (GPG) – is expanding across the UK, after further customer acquisition and uptake of its ground-breaking energy technology.

US awards $28m to advance wind energy development

The Department of Energy believes significant opportunities for cost reductions remain, especially in offshore wind and distributed wind projects

Researchers develop porous polymer to trap carbon dioxide

Scientists say the material allows the greenhouse gas to be converted into polyurethane to make clothing, domestic appliances and packaging

UK commits £220m for nuclear fusion power plant by 2040

The UK Atomic Energy Authority will work with industry partners and academics and aim to complete the design by 2024

Edinburgh Uni granted £1.12m for hydrogen storage research

The HyStorPor study aims to increase the understanding of the hydrogen storage system, from the physical and chemical processes to social acceptability

Not your cup of tea! Study finds tea bags shed billions of microplastic particles

Researchers found a single plastic tea bag at brewing temperature could release around 11.6bn microplastic and 3.1bn nanoplastic particles into a cup

New £1.25m research to help deliver ‘fair and just’ net zero transition

The study will explore the causes and links between fuel and transport poverty and draw up recommendations designed to limit their impacts in the low carbon transition

EU lends €250m for fusion energy research in Italy

Around 1,500 scientists and technicians will be involved in the project

US invests $110m in carbon capture, utilisation and storage

CCUS is an alternative option to help reduce carbon emissions from fossil fuel power plants and other industrial energy sources

Energy storage research on full charge with £50m funding

Research will focus on industry-defined goals to improve performance of electric vehicles