Essar and Progressive Energy team up for hydrogen production in the UK

A total investment of approximately £750m will be committed to deliver the project

Machinery electrification scheme helps Port of Tyne cut 700 tonnes of CO2 emissions

The initiative reduced the port’s diesel consumption by 260,000 litres, which is enough to power more than 80 homes for a year

Government launches long-awaited Energy White Paper

The white paper expands on Boris Johnson’s recently announced Ten Point Plan and sets out the steps needed to cut emissions from industry, transport and buildings by 230 million metric tonnes

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

New industry initiative aims to halve the price of hydrogen by 2026

The Green Hydrogen Catapult initiative’s founding partners include ACWA Power, CWP Renewables, Envision, Iberdrola, Ørsted, Snam, and Yara

RIIO-2 price control: Energy Networks Association responds

David Smith, CEO of the ENA said: ‘Achieving net zero emissions requires sustained investment, innovation and a supportive and forward-looking regulatory regime’

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Ofgem finalises RIIO-2 price control to get the grid ready for net zero

The funding aims to help establish a ‘stronger, greener and fairer GB energy system’ that will be able to cope with changes such as scaled-up EV adoption and electric boiler use

The Climate Group launches global initiative to drive demand for net zero steel

SteelZero encourages organisations to make a public commitment to procuring, specifying or stocking 100% net zero steel by 2050.

On Demand Webinar: How to build an effective carbon reduction strategy

Discover best practices for diagnosing energy-related issues and building a carbon-reduction plan that overcomes those issues and seizes new opportunities

Tesco launches partnership to build three solar farms to support 2035 net zero goal

The solar farms in Essex, Anglesey and Oxfordshire are expected to generate enough energy to power more than 44,800 homes