Energy News Hub

Bio
  • The Windsors are responsible for a royal increase in travel emissions
    The Royal Family’s carbon footprint associated with travel has virtually doubled in the last year. The Royal Household’s annual financial statement for the financial year 2018-19, published today, shows 3,344 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents were emitted as a result of ‘business travel’ in 2018/9 compared with 1,687 tonnes the year ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 25-06-2019
    2 hours ago
  • New £160m wood to energy plant fired up in Wales
    A new £160 million facility capable of generating renewable electricity for up to 75,000 homes in South Wales has entered commercial operation. The 40MW Margam Green Energy Plant, located three miles south-east of Port Talbot, has the potential to manage around 250,000 tonnes of waste wood a year, which is ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 24-06-2019
    1 day ago
  • RWE and innogy explore green hydrogen production in the Netherlands
    RWE and innogy have joined forces to explore the large-scale production of green hydrogen in the Netherlands. They are conducting a feasibility study for a 100MW power-to-hydrogen facility at the site of RWE’s Eemshaven power station, which would be linked to innogy’s Westereems Wind Farm, in the Province of Groningen. ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 20-06-2019
    5 days ago
  • Case Study Corner – Co-operative Food Store – AMP Clean Energy
    The Co-operative food store in Caol, near Fort William, Scotland, has seen electricity and carbon emissions savings as well as an increase in sales, thanks to a complete biomass heating package. Scotland-based HWEnergy, which is part of AMP Clean Energy, was commissioned to install the Co-operative Food’s first wood fuel ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 18-06-2019
    1 week ago
  • Case Study Corner – Co-operative Food Store – AMP Clean Energy
    The Co-operative food store in Caol, near Fort William, Scotland, has seen electricity and carbon emissions savings as well as an increase in sales, thanks to a complete biomass heating package. Scotland-based HWEnergy, which is part of AMP Clean Energy, was commissioned to install the Co-operative Food’s first wood fuel ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 18-06-2019
    1 week ago
  • Could carbon dioxide feed the fish? Drax says yes
    Drax has teamed up with a biotech start-up to explore whether its captured carbon dioxide emissions can be used to make proteins for sustainable animal and fish feed products. Working with Nottingham University-based Deep Branch Biotechnology, it will install a pilot plant its Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS) Incubation ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 18-06-2019
    1 week ago
  • Under the hood of SIMEC’s new waste-based biofuel offer
    Firm is launching new venture offering modular generators powered by biofuels made of waste materials, Gupta-owned engineering business reveals ...
    Business GreenPublished: 18-06-2019
    1 week ago

Any questions?

Copyright © OnGen Ltd