Onshore wind deal signed in boost to both the sector and Scotland’s Net Zero plans

The Onshore Wind Sector Deal, signed today, features measures that will help Scotland more than double its onshore wind capacity from 9.3GW to 20GW by 2030. 

Potential weakening of UK environmental policies causes shock and dismay

Speculation is rife that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak plans to weaken key clean energy policies and Government's commitment to achieving Net Zero by 2050 in the coming days.

Navigating the Energy Crisis: A Comprehensive Guide for Agricultural Businesses

Wattstor, a leading supplier of energy management systems (EMS) and batteries for the agricultural sector, has released its latest white paper, to help farmers navigate the energy crisis and optimises their associated strategies.

Hydrogen pipeline from Scotland to Europe explored in new report

Scotland could meet up to 10% of Europe’s projected hydrogen import demand by the mid-2030s, according to a report published by the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC).

Scottish Government commits to a Green Industrial Strategy

The Scottish Government has released its' annual Programme for Government this week, outlining areas of focus and legislative plans for the next year, in which commitments were made to developing a Green Industrial Strategy, further onshore wind projects, solar and hydrogen.

Biorenewables Development Centre awarded further funding

The Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC) has been awarded £5 million of government funding for phase 2 of the H2-Boost project, aiming to produce biohydrogen for the UK transport sector.

Rural communities in line to win funding for renewable energy projects

A new fund has been announced by the UK Government to support the development of local, community-focused renewable energy projects.

Biomass Strategy unveiled by UK Government

The Biomass Strategy, outlining the vital role sustainable biomass is to play in the country's energy security and Net Zero plans, has been released.

Independent report outlines ‘vital and achievable’ plans to transform UK’s electricity networks

A new report from Electricity Grid Commissioner Nick Winser is calling for both an acceleration and a more strategic approach to developing the UK's electricity networks to achieve Net Zero targets.

Contracts for Difference renewables scheme boosted by £22m Government funding

Energy Security Secretary Grant Shapps has today announced a £22 million increase in the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme, in a move designed to boost the deployment of renewables across the country. 

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