Heat

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First trial selling 'heat as a service' instead of KWh

Bristol Energy has become the first energy supplier in the UK to trial selling 'heat as a service', rather than kilowatt hours (kWh).

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Open Networks Project phase 3 consultation launched

Phase 3 of the Energy Networks Association's Open Networks Project has gone out to public consultation.

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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.

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The decarbonisation challenge

Simon Fairman - director, safety and network strategy at Cadent - looks at the role of gas and hydrogen powered vehicles in helping to reduce emissions.

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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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Storing energy

Technologies such as power-to-gas offer the opportunity to store energy for long periods at scale for electricity networks, and provide an important decarbonisation strategy for heat. This article examines the technology.

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Swift and decisive action needed on carbon capture

Is the UK on the brink of finally realising the economic and environmental potential of Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) technology? A report by the Government's CCUS Taskforce urges swift and decisive action to tip the balance for an industry...

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NGN backs call to speed up hydrogen decision

Northern Gas Networks has backed the findings of a Committee on Climate Change report which calls on the government to speed up a decision around the use of hydrogen for heat.