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Nissan announces plans for £1bn electric vehicles hub in Sunderland

Nissan have unveiled EV36Zero - an Electric Vehicle (EV) Hub in Sunderland, featuring a 'gigafactory', to expand its' EV production capability in the UK and reportedly create over 6,000 jobs.

Helios Solar appoints experienced energy sector figure

Helios Solar Operations & Maintenance has announced that Elexon CEO Mark Bygraves has been appointed as a non-executive director.

HoSt innovates with new thermal conversion technology

International bioenergy system supplier HoSt has announced that it has succeeded in developing “the cleanest” bioenergy plant, utilising innovative NO-NOx thermal energy conversion technology on residual wood and waste streams.

“UK’s first” grid-scale battery storage system goes live

A grid-scale battery storage system, directly connected to the transmission-network, has been activated as part of the £41 million Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) project, integrating energy storage, EV charging, low carbon heating and smart energy management technologies.

Zemo Partnership gears up to accelerate transport decarbonisation with new board members

Zemo Partnership, the multi-stakeholder partnership working to deliver on the UK’s transport decarbonisation objectives, has elected four new members to its Board of Directors.

Government must take urgent action, to follow climate promises, says CCC report

The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has today published two progress reports, assessing the UK’s success in cutting emissions and adapting to climate risks, stating that Government have been too slow in following climate promises with action.

Energy Now announces media partnership with WBA’s World Biogas Summit 2021

Now in its third year, the World Biogas Summit is the only international thought-leadership event solely dedicated to the anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas industry. It will take place virtually on 6-8 July and Energy Now is pleased to be a media partner!

World’s first multimodal hydrogen refueling station opens in Antwerp

Developed by CMB.TECH, the station is producing green hydrogen to help power ships, tube trailers, cars, trucks and buses, and was launched alongside the first dual fuel truck running on hydrogen.

Pumped Storage Hydro scheme at Loch Ness approved

The Scottish Government have recently approved proposals for ‘Red John’, a 450MW pumped storage hydro scheme on the shores of Loch Ness.

Attleborough to receive green gas from its own food waste

Development works at an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in Norfolk will see Attleborough town become one of the first in the UK to be supplied mainly with green gas.

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