Energy Voice Out Loud took home some silverware at the Publisher Podcast Awards - and it wasn't any forks or knives.
Scotwind will see billions of pounds invested into Scotland’s offshore wind supply sector, although, for Hamish, the news came just as he was trying to have lunch.
Heating is a major source of energy demand throughout Europe and therefore represents a big challenge for countries as they attempt to cut emissions in the race to net zero.
The UK and Denmark are widely considered the titans of the offshore wind industry and the third episode of Bigger Faster Better explores the outlook for this low-carbon technology as the global energy transition gathers pace.
The second episode of Bigger Faster Better explores the future of hydrogen and compares how this crucial low-carbon technology is developing in the UK and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
There’s only one place to go in the global energy conversation this week and that’s the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.
NatWest Head of Climate Change James Close and EV’s Europe Editor Allister Thomas are joined by Ben Guest, head of new energy at asset management firm Gresham House, to discuss energy storage and the challenges around financing and credit-risking new technologies - and their thoughts on the outcome of COP three months on.
The first episode of the Bigger Faster Better series from Energy Voice, in association with Womble Bond Dickinson, starts a journey of exploration to uncover which countries are developing the most innovative and scalable energy solutions. Over the course of the series, we examine how the UK stacks up in its race to cut emissions and move towards Net Zero, against other nations across the globe.
The UK has successfully positioned itself as a global leader in the net zero journey. This was in part driven by the country hosting COP26 in Glasgow in 2021. But another key factor has been the government’s 10 Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.
In this week's Energy Voice Out Loud podcast, the team look at the huge downgrade in reserves and sizeable valuation cut for the Mariner field in the east of Shetland, in what is another blow to the North Sea after a flurry of issues in recent months.
The fourth episode of Gigawaters looks to the future, examining how Scotland can make the most of the opportunities presented by floating wind technology.
The third instalment of Energy Voice’s Gigawaters podcast explores the futuristic technology that will support Scotland’s offshore wind sector, as guests talk artificial intelligence and robotics, and the innovative companies and individuals hoping to bring them to the market.
The second of Energy Voice’s ScotWind podcast series explores how the offshore leasing round can spur further development of the hydrogen economy, what will be needed for Scotland to build a world-leading export market, and how this green fuel can help decarbonise other sectors.
In the first of Energy Voice’s new podcast series examining the impact of ScotWind, host Hamish Penman and his guests discuss the size of the prize for developers, the supply chain and communities ahead of the 10GW offshore wind round.
In this week’s Energy Voice Out Loud podcast, the team are joined by Martina Petrosino from this month's sponsor, BDO, to discuss the latest goings-on from the world of energy.
It seems fitting that the UK Government chose to round off its 10 Point Plan with a focus on what will fuel the energy transition – cold hard cash.
The deal’s been done and, as the dust settles on the Glasgow Climate Pact, EV Europe editor Allister Thomas and James Close, head of climate change at NatWest Group, dig into the detail.
"I want you to stay angry. I want you to stay frustrated. Channel that anger, harness that frustration, keep pushing harder and harder for more because that's what required to meet this challenge.”
Energy and agriculture: Two industries which may not naturally go hand in hand. But they are critical in meeting society’s needs for food and fuel and both are at a crossroads in tackling carbon emissions.
The stage is set. The (energy-efficient) lights are lit. After nearly a year of delay, the 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26) to the UNFCCC is finally upon us.
After some days contemplating the lack of gongs for Energy Voice at the Scottish Press Awards, normal service resumes, sans Allister and Jackie Bird.
Allister’s back from Glasgow having been ejected from the Scottish Press Awards (what do you mean Jackie Bird hasn’t listened to the Energy Voice podcast?).
Energy Voice Out Loud, under the tender new management of Allister, took a look at the big numbers coming out of OGUK’s big report this week. Imports are rising, it seems, but politics remain a tangled web. Are companies too scared of allegations of greenwashing to make the case for the energy industry?
This week, the team reflects on the shocking and fatal explosion on a Pemex platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Allister asks whether the to-ing and fro-ing in Mexican oil policy could have played a part.
This week, Mark and Damon were joined by special guest James Close, NatWest Group’s head of climate change.