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Forests felling in Scotland to produce biomass fuel

UK spends £2 billion destroying the forests for bioenergy – despite COP27 pledges

Despite its pledges to protect the forests at COP27, the UK has increased biomass subsidies for bioenergy by £2 billion annually, which involves mass deforestation.
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What is the cost of living payment?

The cost of living payments are designed to help households in the UK cope with increased food and fuel prices and rising energy bills.
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The quickest wins for decarbonising the NHS

VolkerSmart Technologies introduce their work in decarbonising the NHS, discussing their role in lessening transport emissions with their numerous services.
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Increasing oil prices could reduce the development of green energy

Increasing oil prices may lead to a reduction in the development of green energy – as oil is still needed in the transition to a carbon-free electricity supply.
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Solar-powered tower for carbon neutral jet fuel production

Researchers have developed a carbon neutral solar-powered aviation fuel production system that uses water, CO2 and sunlight.
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Motorway protests in response to soaring fuel costs

Go-slow protesters are targeting motorways in Wales, Essex and Devon, in a demonstration over high fuel costs.
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Stationary fuel cells reliably boosting industry growth

Frank Wolak, President and CEO, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, argues here that stationary fuel cells reliably boost industry growth.
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The rural burden of disproportionately higher carbon tax on diesel

Carbon tax on diesel increased in rural areas, highlighting that rural households often disproportionately share carbon tax prices when urban areas pollute more.
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Environmentally friendly fuel cells to capture 99% of carbon dioxide

Researchers use hydrogen fuel cells for carbon capture, bringing environmentally friendly fuel cells to transportation and technology.

Nearly one third of UK households will struggle with energy bills

With fuel prices in the UK set to rise on April 1, 2022, new economic projections find that nearly one third of households will struggle pay energy bills.
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How collective intelligence could prevent a future fuel crisis

Kathy Peach, Director at Nesta’s Centre for Collective Intelligence Design and Professor Thomas Chesney, The University of Nottingham, examines how the current fuel crisis – and any future ones - could be prevented with the use of collective intelligence.
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Bringing on the hydrogen revolution – turning hype into growing business

The hydrogen revolution is getting closer and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is set to lead the way in this development, here we learn more.
Fuel cell electric transport

Fuel cell electric transport for a sustainable sector

Vidal Bharath, Chief Operating Officer at Bramble Energy explains why fuel cell electric transport is the answer for a truly sustainable transport sector.
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New greener E10 petrol now available: Here’s what you need to know

Fuel pumps across the UK have today introduced a new greener grade of petrol called E10, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announces.
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Scientists find way to turn plastic waste into jet fuel

A team of researchers at Washington State University have found a way to turn 90% of plastic waste into jet fuel within the space of an hour.
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2021: Hydrogen & fuel cells in the U.S.

Morry Markowitz, President of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, argues that for hydrogen and fuel cells in the U.S., 2021 is off to a promising start.
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Adaptive Rotorcraft research in a global pandemic

Dr Benjamin King Sutton Woods, Senior Lecturer in Aerospace Structures at the University of Bristol, tells us all about Shape Adaptive Blades for Rotorcraft Efficiency (SABRE), a Horizon 2020 funded collaborative research program.
sustainably managed supply chain

The benefits of a sustainably managed supply chain

Jodi Sanders, General Manager of PacWolf, explains why a sustainably managed supply chain can be beneficial.
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Heat Networks: Johnson’s “rocket” for his Green Industrial Revolution

Stephenson’s Rocket was a major driver of the last industrial revolution two hundred years ago. Will the UK PM, Johnson, be able to deliver a similar principle that will be recognised in two hundred years from now?
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New routes to a low carbon future: Production of clean hydrogen

Stephen Skinner, Professor of Materials Chemistry at Imperial College London, explores the possible routes available to produce clean hydrogen and ensure a low carbon future.

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