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UK electric vehicle manufacturer receives government award

Electric vehicle manufacturer Munro Vehicles has been recognised in the Department for Business and Trade's 'Made in the UK, Sold to the World' awards, celebrating the international sales success of small-medium businesses across the UK.

Rapid growth for UK’s green gas sector

Green gas capacity in the UK grew by 16.7% in 2023 according to the latest Policy and Market report from ADBA.

How AI can boost clean energy transmission, without plotting any new pylons

Taco Engelaar, MD of Neara, explores how emerging technologies like AI can help us find the additional grid capacity needed to connect the expected volume of clean energy projects, without building extensive new infrastructure.

India’s air pollution impacts solar performance

India's solar power industry is being significantly impacted by poor air quality during the Winter months due to air pollution.

Greater support required to co-locate energy storage solutions with renewables say trade body

A new report from RenewableUK states that the co-location of more energy storage solutions alongside renewables such as onshore wind and solar farms will boost the nation's energy security, provide greater flexibility in the system and reduce electricity costs.

Renewable Energy systems now generate all electricity for seven countries

Seven countries now generate 100% of their electricity from renewable energy systems according to a report from the International Energy Agency.

Brits say yes to zero-emission flying

Consumer research conducted by the UK's Jet Zero Council has found that the majority of Brits would be open to flying on zero-emission planes.

Locking carbon in recycled concrete: a new opportunity for biogas suppliers

In this guest blog Simon Staufer, business development manager at Neustark looks at how innovative technologies in the CO2 removal space are providing biogas plant operators with a new opportunity to increase both revenue streams and sustainability efforts.

Construction begins on one of Europe’s largest battery storage production plants

Construction of one of Europe's largest battery production plants has begun in Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany, expected to produce 80,000 energy storage systems per year.

Food, Fuel and Farm Decarbonisation: the post-subsidy biogas model

Future Biogas explain their innovative subsidy free plant development initiative, aiming to boost green gas generation as part of our energy transition, capture and permanently sequester carbon, and encourage sustainable farming practices.

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