Low carbon hydrogen projects from North Sea operators EnQuest and BP are among seven UK projects set to share in £21 million of government support.
The government is guilty of “sluggish decision making”, Ed Miliband, shadow Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, said this morning, setting out some plans for a change of pace under a potential Labour administration.
Green hydrogen firm Lhyfe (EURONEXT:LHYFE) has announced plans for its first UK production facility in the North East of England,
The “net zero economy” - from renewables and electric cars to green finance - grew 9% in 2023 to contribute £74 billion to the UK, a report has shown.
Singapore-based Lanxing New Energy has secured a 36% stake in Scottish hydrogen firm Logan Energy.
Scottish gas network manager SGN and Fife College are to open a “UK-first” hydrogen training facility for engineers in Fife.
The BP Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub was initially set to be sanctioned in "early 2023".
H2H Saltend project aims to "kick-start" decarbonisation initiatives in the surrounding Humber region.
Independent North Sea operator Kistos (AIM:KIST) has agreed to purchase two onshore gas storage sites from EDF Energy for £25 million.
“What we’re finding now are new businesses and new opportunities are saying ‘if you can do these hydrogen plans, we will come and locate to the region’. That’s a new dynamic we didn’t have a year ago.”
The European Union is shying away from further measures to protect its embattled clean-tech industry from cheap Chinese imports over concerns it could make it harder to source key components and raise the cost of the green transition.
The European Union issued its most ambitious climate roadmap just as the bloc is facing severe headwinds from angry farmers and an ailing industrial base increasingly alarmed about the high costs of a rapid green transition.
Members of Parliament want more say on government plans to achieve emissions cuts in the run-up to 2050, the nation’s legally binding net-zero target date.
The plan requires developers to upgrade stations to burn hydrogen sometime between 2035 and 2040
Kraft Heinz has paired up with developer Carlton Power to explore the creation of a green hydrogen facility at its Kitt Green plant in Wigan.
ITM Power has reduced its losses and reduced its headcount by a third as part of a 12-month strategy to improve the health of the company.
The programme would be partly funded using proceeds from a newly created sovereign transition bond, which will be issued from next month.
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The Labour Party needs to find at least £8 billion ($10 billion) to deliver its green-investment plan, a new analysis shows, underscoring why UK opposition leader Keir Starmer may be mulling changes to the initiative.
The study raises questions on whether depleted onshore and offshore gas fields can be safely and effectively used for hydrogen storage
The European Union’s executive arm is set to recommend a 90% net reduction of greenhouse gases by 2040, a target backed by climate scientists and criticized by the industry in the face of high energy prices and growing international rivalry in clean technologies.
Kawasaki will provide its expertise in liquid hydrogen storage, handling and transport. Toyo, JGC and Chiyoda will provide insights into overseas plant design and construction.
Plans for a 1.35GW blue hydrogen production facility have been approved by a local council in Cheshire.
The head of the UK’s Climate Change Committee Chris Stark will resign as the government struggles to put the country on a trajectory to reach a goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Wind power, however, is growing at a slower rate after supply chain issues, inflation and higher borrowing costs put projects in Europe and the US in jeopardy, particularly for offshore farms.