Four principles to ensure demand-side response is incorporated into smart grid technology has been set out in a government consultation
Everyone’s talking about blockchain’s potential to transform the way businesses operate, but what does it mean for environmental professionals? James Parsons investigates
Discussions over the future of a proposal to build a tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay are ongoing, with both the Welsh Government and Westminster supporting the project, while acknowledging difficulties
Decarbonisation of heat could follow two pathways in the UK, according to research by UKERC
‘High-value biomethane plants’ as well as some biomass-fired facilities could have ‘gamed’ the RHI scheme, according to the National Audit Office
Appearing before the House of Commons’ BEIS committee, Lord Deben said it was vital to maintain common standards that facilitated trade in renewable energy post-Brexit
John Ord: Growth of intermittent renewable energy has opened up a gap in the market for mid-size regional storage. It is here that pumped hydropower can give batteries a run for their money
Also in the news, Scotland to invest £1.6m in low-emission buses, vehicle trial to charge the grid, abstraction licences pulled and vehicle charging infra
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