The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has responded to the Parliamentary Advisory Group on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) report published today.
Following the Government's decision to delay Hinkley Point C, the Nuclear Industry Association has called on new ministers to move quickly.
The Welsh Affairs Committee’s report ‘The Future of Nuclear Power in Wales’ shows how the Welsh economy will benefit from new nuclear power in Wales, and has been welcomed today by the trade body for the nuclear industry, the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA).
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has appointed North Energy Associates (NEA) to lead a new Carbon Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Evidence Analysis project in its Bioenergy Programme.
Almost 400 members of Unite and RMT unions working for Wood Group across eight Shell oil and gas platforms in the North Sea will be striking for the first time in a generation in a dispute over 30 per cent pay cuts and changes to allowances, it was announced today (Monday 18 July).
The National Audit Office has today published a report on some of the main electricity system challenges the UK faces in the next two decades, and the aims and responsibilities of the Department of Energy & Climate Change.
The Nuclear Industry Association's Rupert Lewis tries to make sense of the UK's changing political landscape and takes some comfort from DECC Secretary Amber Rudd's recent statement: 'We remain committed to new nuclear power in the UK – to provide clean, secure energy'.
CEO of the Nuclear Industry Association, former Labour MP Tom Greatrex, calls for a post-referendum 'period of calm & a clarity of purpose and determination' to ensure the vital investment needed to revitalise the UK’s energy infrastructure is delivered.
How UK governments from now use their freedom from EU policy constraints will be watched closely, says EY.
Responding to the Government’s call for ideas, Rory Moss, MD at insulation manufacturer ROCKWOOL UK, shares his thoughts on upgrading buildings to improve health and well-being.
April 27th sees Warmer & Greener: A Guide to the Future of Domestic Energy Efficiency Policy launched in Parliament. A key report that comes in the wake of inquiries by the Energy & Climate Change Committee, National Audit Office and the upcoming Bonfield Review, Warmer & Greener provides workable solutions in a four part approach.
The project aims to develop and demonstrate a commercially viable automated system that will realise potential fuel savings of up to 8% across the UK HDV land fleet by 2020.
Sarah Kostense-Winterton, Executive Director of MIMA comments: