ITM Power (LON: ITM) is to reduce its headcount after an “unacceptable financial performance” by the green hydrogen electrolyser manufacturer in recent times.
The UK must face up to the challenge of heating housing in low carbon ways, or will fail the legally binding 2050 net zero target. There are three main technologies for decarbonising domestic heating – heat pumps, hydrogen boilers and heat networks.
Meanwhile the UK Government has pledged an update on Track 2 - part of its £1bn carbon capture fund - in spring.
A green hydrogen expert has responded to a Westminster report on the use of the fuel in heat networks, arguing it misses the point.
Getech has completed the first phase of development at its Inverness green hydrogen hub, clearing the site ready for new infrastructure.
A consortium of North Sea companies have launched a new initiative to create a “Hydrogen Highway” from Scotland to Rotterdam.
In the search for net zero, decarbonisation of the gas network will play a central role.
Members of the public have been invited to have their say on the first phase of plans for a £215m hydrogen scheme planned by BP and Aberdeen City Council.
A number of key uncertainties remain over the deployment of hydrogen, but one point of agreement from Adipec this week has been the need for long-term contracts.
Centrica (LON:CNA) and Equinor have signed a co-operation agreement to explore the development of a hydrogen production hub at Easington in East Yorkshire.
Ahead of a skills summit in Aberdeen this week, employment experts have assessed why Scotland and the wider UK has woes around attracting enough workers in renewable energy.
Principle Power has secured front end engineering and design (FEED) work for a floating wind-to-hydrogen scheme set to be built off Aberdeen.
A former Royal Navy arms depot is set to house Statkraft’s first green hydrogen project in the UK, with the clean fuel used to power a local transport hub.
‘Shortsighted’ and ‘idealism at its worst’: Birkbeck University sparks widespread condemnation from energy sector
Birkbeck, University of London has been widely slammed by the energy industry for its decision to ban fossil fuels recruiters from its careers fairs.
INEOS has awarded engineering group Atkins the contract to design its “world scale” low-carbon hydrogen plant at Grangemouth, as it moves to meet net zero targets.
Aberdeen energy services company Hydrasun has expanded its drive into the hydrogen market with the purchase of specialist supplier Fuel Cell Systems (FCS).
Hydrogen will not have a major role in the future of heating homes across the UK, according to a new review of more than two dozen independent studies.
New research has set out how the UK could rapidly accelerate net zero technologies and cut costs in the “critical” years ahead to capture global economic opportunities.
Hydrogen technology firm CPH2 has signed a licensing agreement with a division of KCA Deutag, enabling the engineering group to build and sell electrolysers across Europe and the Middle East.
Liz Truss will be the UK’s new prime minister after beating Rishi Sunak to take over the Conservative party.
More than five years ago and always over coffee, (outgoing) CEO of the former Oil & Gas Authority (now North Sea Transition Authority), Andy Samuel and I enjoyed a number of informal exchanges about the future potential role of the UK Continental Shelf in the Great Energy Transition.
Aberdeen University has bagged £220,000 to boost a project aimed at creating a process for obtaining hydrogen from organic waste.
ScottishPower has applied for government backing to support plans for a 100 megawatt (MW) green hydrogen plant at the Port of Felixstowe on the Suffolk coast.