‘UK needs 49.5GW of flexibility to become 100% renewable’

Wärtsilä says this is necessary for the UK’s energy systems to be powered by 100% renewable energy

A first in Belgium: INEOS Phenol and ENGIE use hydrogen in industrial plant in Antwerp

The pilot project aims to accelerate the gradual replacement of natural gas by hydrogen

Shell’s ‘net zero strategy’ to invest four times as much into oil and gas exploration than into renewables

The energy giant has announced it plans to reduce oil production by ‘around 1% or 2% each year’

In a world first, ENGIE produces renewable gas from solid non-recyclable waste

Located in the heart of “Chemical Valley” in Saint-Fons (Rhône), France, the GAYA semi-industrial Research & Development platform took a historic step forward in the production of renewable gas on 17 November

LPG and bioLPG ‘could replace third of coal and oil used in industry and non-domestic buildings’

A new report claims the two fuels could help save 3.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, equivalent to removing 240,000 cars from the country’s roads

Mott MacDonald appointed as technical integration and optimisation contractor for NortH2 project

NortH2 aims to establish an international hydrogen market through developing large-scale production, storage and transport of green hydrogen

Uniper and Fortum deepen relationship to become more sustainable

The power firms say they plan to move towards lower carbon portfolios and look to shift away from coal in favour of natural gas

UK and Scottish Governments ‘must work together to keep oil and gas in the ground as part of net zero deal’

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has called for the governments to invest in low carbon industries to replace the fossil fuel sectors

Clean energy investment ‘urgently needed to create up to 100,000 jobs in North Sea by 2050’

A new report suggests £416 billion of new investment needs to be targeted at establishing a net zero offshore energy system over the next 30 years

The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council establishes definition for Hydrogen-Ready boilers

The trade body suggests the move brings domestic decarbonisation one step closer to reality