Energy Technologies Institute
UK’s first municipal waste gasification plant developed
Aldridge-based Kew Technology, in partnership with the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has developed the UK's first municipal waste gasification plant which can be used to produce clean electricity, heat, hydrogen and liquid fuels from waste.
ETI report highlights hybrids as option for decarbonising HGVs
Bridging the gap to zero emission HGVs may require hybrid vehicles, according to a report released by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).
Majority of EV drivers willing to use smart charging
Most electric vehicle drivers would be happy to use smart charging if it cut their energy bills, a study by the Energy Technologies Institute has found.
Improving energy infrastructure resilience
Mott MacDonald recently delivered research in collaboration with EDF Energy and the Met Office for the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to identify how natural hazards can be characterised to help improve energy system infrastructure design. Here, Sun Yan Evans - technical director at Mott MacDonald - discusses some of the key lessons learned.
Smart Energy Plan developed for council
A Smart Energy Plan has been developed for Bridgend County Borough Council with support from the Energy Systems Catapult, Welsh Government, the Energy Technologies Institute and other stakeholders.
Ground-breaking energy storage operational in Newcastle
The world's first grid-scale pumped heat energy storage system is now up and running at Newcastle University, the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has announced.
Local energy planning needed to meet decarbonisation targets
Local authorities should have more of a say in the planning of their energy systems and infrastructure to meet decarbonisation targets at the least cost, according to a study carried out by the Energy Systems Catapult (ESC).
ETI report highlights importance of CCUS deployment
If Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) is not deployed over the next decade, the UK's transition to a low carbon energy system will face increased risk and higher costs says a new report released by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).
Report identifies heat network cost savings
The capital costs of UK heat networks could be reduced by 30-40%, according to a report from the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).
Achieving climate targets
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has published an update to its energy system scenarios, depicting two different potential pathways to UK decarbonisation by 2050. Scott Milne, report author, explains why the scenarios not only show plausible routes to meet UK climate targets but also highlight the UK's potential to go further to reach a 'net zero' future.
ETI report recommends increased biomass production
A new report from the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) provides a series of recommendations to support the development of bioenergy to cost effectively decarbonise the UK energy system.
ETI outlines energy system scenarios
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has highlighted two different energy scenarios that demonstrate how the UK could decarbonise heat to meet its 2050 climate change targets.
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Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) on the role of energy networks.
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Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) whole energy system analysis
Video covering ETI's work on whole energy system analysis.