New partnership to build 500MW electrolyser at German green energy hub

It will be installed at TES’ Green Energy Hub in Wilhelmshaven, with operations expected to start in 2028 and plans to add one more unit to reach 1GW of capacity

Rolls-Royce and easyJet test ‘world-first’ aircraft engine running on hydrogen

The ground test was conducted on an early concept demonstrator using green hydrogen created by wind and tidal power

India’s Tata targets greener steel in new partnership with SMS

SMS group will provide its expertise in supplying and commissioning steel plants with significantly lower CO2 emissions

Northern Irish energy firms agree to help struggling homes

Suppliers will halve what can be taken away from a customer’s purchase of electricity or gas to cut debts

Google searches powered by UK wind

Google has signed a 12-year power purchase agreement with ENGIE

Will the new energy price cap affect households?

Ofgem has today said the price cap is set to rise to an annual level of £4,279 in January

What will energy management look like in 2030?

The way we’re using electricity is changing. Decarbonisation of heat and power and an increase in electricity consumption means greater dependence on intermittent renewable energy sources like wind and solar

Net Hero Podcast – can an alien help save energy?

The founder of the HUGO energy app explains why it’s been so successful in shifting people’s behaviour, so they become more energy conscious

WTO Chief tells Australia to back hydrogen over coal

She said industry is adapting to environmental changes and this could mean the country is forced into making the change

Find out how manufacturers can balance planet and profit in a volatile market

Investing in sustainability can help manufacturers to protect themselves from pricing volatility and become more resilient and competitive. Is it time for you to see net zero as an opportunity instead of a cost?