Green Investment Group partners with RIDG to bid in ScotWind leasing round

The bidding for seabed leasing for offshore wind development opportunities off the Scottish coast is expected to commence shortly

Biomethane and biogas industries could reduce greenhouse emissions by up to 13%, says research

The European Biogas Association states biogas and biomethane could replace fossil fuels and expand renewable energy use in cooking, transportation, power generation and heating applications

Total to set sail with LNG-powered crude carriers

The LNG powered-vessels are capable of carrying up to 300,000 tonnes of fuel and could reduce up to 85% of nitrogen oxide emissions

Covid-19 pandemic causes internet usage to spike by 70%

A new report suggests streaming on platforms like Netflix contributes up to 5,120 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions every minute

Birmingham Energy Institute to develop new energy business incubator space

Businesses that sign up for the space will drive ‘transformational’ change in the production and use of renewable energy and heat

Yorkshire Water commences smart water network pilot

The project aims to help prioritise repairs, reduce leaks and end supply interruptions

Innovation in UK’s utilities sector slumps to 11%, lowest since credit crunch

Higher costs, a lack of qualified personnel and Brexit are said to be the main reasons for a decline in research and development

BYD’s ‘Blade Battery’ to resolve battery safety concerns in EVs

The battery is said to has passed extreme test conditions and is prepped for market launch

‘Delivery bots, RDVs and drones to displace millions of truck and van deliveries over the next decade’

A new report reveals logistics stakeholders are experimenting with new technologies to tackle rising labour and fuel costs

‘Green’ roofs installed on bus stops in Utrecht

The bus stops also have LED lighting and 96 of them have been fitted with solar panels