Excavation and demolition arisings: waste or resource?
It would seem simple. Some construction sites have an excess of material, others have insufficient. So why can’t they simply exchange these materials?
£1.5M secured to develop wave-powered microgrid for Thai island
Eco Wave Power Global, a publicly traded onshore wave energy company, is pleased to announce that it has won a £1.5 million grant as part of a consortium led by Toshiba (UK) and Aquatera (UK) to design a pilot microgrid project for a remote island in Thailand.
EnOcean develops sustainable solutions for global megatrends
EnOcean has unveiled sustainable innovations aimed at addressing the worldwide megatrends of energy management, office space optimisation, and wellbeing, setting a course for rapid growth.
Explorer Bertrand Piccard to circumnavigate the world in hydrogen airplane
In a bold stride towards revolutionising the future of aviation, Swiss explorer Bertrand Piccard recently announced the inception of Climate Impulse, an ambitious project aiming to circumnavigate the globe non-stop in a green hydrogen-powered airplane.
EU's 5M DPPs will transform EV battery industry
Amid a growing demand for sustainable choices, businesses and consumers face challenges in making informed decisions due to data gaps in supply chains. The Digital Product Passport (DPP), pioneered by the European Union, aims to simplify this task.
Academy initiates project for GB electricity decarbonisation
The Royal Academy of Engineering has announced a major new policy project on delivery of rapid electricity system decarbonisation, to help the UK government realise decarbonisation plans by the next decade.
UK invests £7mn into first hydrogen transport hub
The UK Government has launched a £7 million investment into the hydrogen vehicle infrastructure of Tees Valley, marking a significant step towards green transportation. This funding is earmarked for several hydrogen projects, including the development of new refuelling stations essential for fuel cell vehicles.
EU strikes a landmark deal to promote the right to repair
In a significant advancement for consumer rights and environmental sustainability, European Union negotiators have reached a provisional agreement on a bill designed to minimise waste and stimulate the repair sector.
Solar power farms to be enhanced with space reflectors
Solar power farms of the future could be enhanced through the use of space reflectors to increase the energy output, University of Glasgow researchers suggest.
Digital Catapult launches Hydrogen Sensor Accelerator to propel hydrogen tech
Digital Catapult, the UK authority on advanced digital technology, announces five pioneering UK businesses chosen for a new Hydrogen Sensor Accelerator Programme.