The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) is putting an emphasis on decarbonisation and gender diversity for its latest TechX accelerator programme, which has a new man at the helm.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s head expects clean energy to make up half of the company’s energy mix “somewhere in the next decade.”
Sinopec aims to massively expand its hydrogen refuelling network as the state-owned oil giant, which has the potential to become one of the world’s largest hydrogen producers, attempts to carve out a role in China’s transition to cleaner energy.
Majors, such as BP, Total and Shell, as well as Asian national oil companies (NOCs), are stepping up their investments in India’s rapidly expanding gas and renewables markets.
Companies including the venture arms of BP and Chevron invested $40 million in a startup that aims to use the fossil fuel industry’s drilling experience to expand a technology that harvests low-carbon energy from heat below the earth’s surface.
Aker Solutions is committed to not only contributing to the change but accelerating it.
The offshore renewables industry needs to make a significant “step change” if floating wind deployment is going to be brought on par with fixed-bottom.
There’s a danger that the deployment of hydrogen technology could be impacted by wider “government indecision” around what the future energy mix will look like.
The credit export wing of the UK Government could support tens of thousands of jobs in the coming years if it switches its focus from oil and gas to renewables, according to a new study.
The harsh reality facing many coastal communities up and down the UK today gives a sad irony to the iconic music hall song “I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside”.
Every home in the country will be powered by offshore wind within 10 years, Boris Johnson will tell the Conservative conference on Tuesday as he pledges a green industrial revolution that will create hundreds of thousands of jobs.
Spain is stepping up its efforts to enter the race to build a hydrogen industry, putting it on par with France and Germany in seeking a greener fuel for heavy industry.
Global skills body OPITO has marked a “strategic shift” in the business after it made its first move into the renewable energy industry.
A trio of trade bodies have announced a new partnership to help promote and drive the transition to a net zero economy.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has announced plans to publish a blueprint before the end of the year laying out the path for the UK to achieve net-zero.
Octopus Energy Ltd., the clean energy provider, plans to add millions of new customers this decade on a pace that could soon make it the U.K.’s largest energy supplier.
Plans to power a new Aberdeen attraction with a bespoke energy system have moved forward.
Energy services firm Petrofac has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Storegga Geotechnologies in an effort to drive new clean energy developments.
As someone who has previously run for parliament, allow me to attempt a typical politician’s response. Converting a redundant oil platform into a major Aberdeen tourist attraction is a great idea which I support. Or, then again, perhaps not. It’s definitely one of the two. There: that’s my bases covered.
The UK Government has launched a new Hydrogen Advisory Council as part of efforts to cut emissions.
Across the energy landscape hydrogen is generating a buzz, with major players praising its decarbonisation potential.
Business and political leaders from across England will launch a joint declaration to clean up air pollution as a national priority in a bid to "stop people dying needlessly".
What do a luxury jeweler, a tech behemoth and a toymaker have to do with renewable energy?
While many countries are already taking decisive steps to try and reduce their carbon footprint, the global cost of inaction on climate change is estimated to reach US $23 trillion a year by 2020. But what more can the energy industry be doing to help bring about change?
Italy’s Five Star Movement used to rave about towns like Montieri, a village in the verdant Tuscan foothills that burns little coal or natural gas. Instead, the local power plant harnesses steam rising naturally from hot springs deep underground to generate electricity.