Tag : Low carbon
Italian energy company Eni has developed a dual use wave turbine that could be used to convert decommissioned oil platforms into renewable energy islands.
Carbon Capture | How infrastructure can helpSubscription
Construction materials are emerging as a low cost carbon sink as chemists seek ways to tackle climate change.
Energy firms in the UK could miss out on access to a €10bn (£8.5bn) fund for innovative renewable energy projects launched by the European Commission if Britain leaves the European Union (EU).
The government has announced a boost in funding for the low carbon sector, following a review and calls for additional money.
The massive 4,000MW Drax power plant in North Yorkshire has started using bioenergy carbon capture and storage (BECCS) technology to capture up to 1t of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) every day.
Future of Energy | Catching the FlowSubscription
MeyGen, the world’s largest tidal stream array, is about to be expanded. This report looks closer at a scheme that is operating at the edge of human understanding.
£20M carbon capture innovation fund launchedSubscription
The UK Government is setting aside £20M of innovation funding for carbon-capture technology.
Low carbon | Cost equationSubscription
Cutting carbon saves cost. Five years after publication of the Infrastructure Carbon Review, the evidence is compelling.
Engineers will need to spearhead “rapid and far-reaching” changes to land use, transport modes and energy production cited in a major climate change report.
Cundall commits to carbon positive strategy Subscription
Multi-disciplinary engineering consultant Cundall has announced a new sustainability strategy.