It is feared millions of pounds worth of renewables investments are at risk as a result of the controversial electricity generator levy (EGL).
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The global AI market is exploding, causing a new resource to become critical: electricity. Louis-David Benyayer, scientific co-director of the MSc in Big Data and Business Analytics at ESCP Business School, explores why the battle over AI will probably also be a battle over energy, which may be even fiercer because of the current global situation.
UK-based tech startup tepeo has raised $10.5 million to expand its production and marketing of an innovative zero emissions boiler.
Waste-to-energy startup ScarabTech plans to deploy its modular units for turning plastic waste into power and fuel, having secured investment from the Global Innovation Initiative Group (GIIG) Africa fund.
Dr Ivan Baxter, principal investigator at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, is to lead a $16 million research programme to improve the water efficiency of sorghum, a widespread crop that has been championed as a source of sustainable bioenergy.
Applications are open for the new edition of EDP’s Free Electrons, which is intended to support the most innovative and promising proposals from startups in the energy sector.
A just energy transition was in focus at COP27, with nine organisations announcing $500 million in philanthropic investment and IBM (NYSE: IBM) committing $30 million worth of pro-bono services to five projects.
The US Environmental Protection Agency is setting up the first US national ‘green bank’ targeting green projects to benefit low-income and disadvantaged communities.
German power giant RWE has announced a solar acquisition and further wind expansion as part of a planned €50 billion investment in renewable energy by 2030.
Alstom’s is hailing the rollout of its first fully hydrogen powered train, as a giant step forward in green mobility. It is operating on the first 100% hydrogen fuelled route in Germany, leapfrogging delays in electrifying Europe’s railroads and will likely add fuel to the argument for hydrogen to be viewed as transition fuel.