Low temperature heating: A ‘no regrets’ step on the road to net zero

Heat pumps will play a primary role in the future heating market thanks to their high levels of efficiency and use of ever-greener electricity, says Heat Pump Association Chair Phil Hurley

Statkraft completes second Irish energy storage project

Europe’s leading producer of renewable energy and route-to-market services, Statkraft, has completed the construction of its second large-scale battery project in Ireland. The Kelwin-2 26MW battery project is located in Tarbert in Co Kerry

Polestar commits to creating carbon-neutral car – without offsetting

The company claims it will move to a genuinely emissions-free process, rather than relying on the ‘cop-out’ of carbon offsetting

SaskPower CCS site hits milestone of capturing 4m tonnes of CO2

SaskPower’s CCS facility has demonstrated the impact on the environment this technology can have – equivalent to taking 865,000 cars off the road for a year

Net zero data competition announces winners for share of £1.3m

The competition required entrants to develop data applications to help organisations and individuals deliver net zero energy systems

‘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

Rolls-Royce starts work on ‘world’s largest’ aerospace engine for more efficient flights

The technology is designed to offer a 25% fuel efficiency improvement compared with the company’s first-generation engine

techUK commits to Race to Zero

The technology trade organisation plans to work with Utility Team to develop its net zero roadmap

Porsche targets carbon-neutral balance sheet by 2030

It has stated more than €1bn will be invested into decarbonisation over the next 10 years

Climate-friendly heating: can we keep warm without scorching the planet?

By Manish Pant, EVP, Home and Distribution at Schneider Electric