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Plans unveiled for 20MW green hydrogen plant

Global green hydrogen specialist Lhyfe has unveiled plans for its first UK plant to support the country's net zero ambitions.

Hydrogen projects receive government backing

The UK's hydrogen sector is getting a boost with over £21 million of government support being provided for 7 projects to make green fuel, powering up local transport and businesses from Suffolk to Shetland.

Lightning-based fertiliser technology could support farmers, climate and soil health

The Agri-Tech Centres are working with innovative start-up Debye Ltd, to trial its ground-breaking system which could "revolutionise fertiliser production and supply", cut carbon emissions and support soil health using only air, water and electricity.

Carbon Capture Scotland Secures Pioneering European Storage Project

Carbon Capture Scotland and Landwärme have successfully secured substantial CO2 storage volumes at the Stenlille site in Denmark, as part of the companies' ongoing commitment to pioneering biogenic carbon removal and storage technologies.

Explore the latest clean energy options and environmental solutions at Low Carbon Agriculture 2024

The Low Carbon Agriculture Show returns to NAEC, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire on 6th & 7th March, with an inspiring line-up of speakers and an exhibition featuring the latest clean energy systems, environmental solutions, advances in agritech, low emission vehicles and a showcase of the related opportunities.

Hydrogen production specialists receive £56m investment

Hydrogen production specialists Geopura have announced the completion of a £56 million investment round that will help expand the company's production capacity and accelerate the UK’s adoption of green hydrogen.

Pop-up STEM lessons inspiring rural Scotland’s next generation

The hands-on sessions for rural school children aim to boost interest in STEM subjects and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.

Clean energy start-ups receive up to £100k each to develop innovative technologies

12 clean energy start-ups have been awarded up to £100k each by the Net Zero Technology Centre to help develop innovative technologies that will assist with the UK's energy transition. 

Wood bioenergy pioneer reveals innovative strategies for sustainable and profitable agriculture

A leading expert in bioenergy, Mr Neil Watkins, is set to shed light on the potential of perennial biomass crops for achieving net zero at the Low Carbon Agriculture Show 2024.

Global temperatures rise while political support declines

Data has been released showing that global warming has exceeded 1.5 degrees across the entire year, while political support for the transition to a green society appears to weaken.

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