Sunderland business accelerates hydrogen fuel testing

Haskel Europe leads the way for future hydrogen fuel adoption in transport and energy sectors

World first for North East energy experts

How Newcastle-based 3T Energy is transforming the global energy skills sector.

Battery storage plant to power 1000 homes

As the debate on storing energy intensifies, Veolia installs lithium Ion battery technology at its energy from waste UK site.

Green light for new nuclear?

Negotiation process starts for new nuclear power in North Wales, but who will pay for it?

Change of direction on Remote Island Wind

Government bows to industry pressure in policy change in favour of onshore wind on remote islands.

Heat Networks Investment warms up

The government’s Heat Networks Investment Project is set to launch, but what are the benefits and how much investment is up for grabs?

How the tide has turned

Huge potential outlined for tidal power as research waves in a new era for energy generation that could have major economic implications.

Has the ship come in for North East ports?

With a surge of activity flowing through the coast, an even brighter future could be on the horizon for the region’s ports.

Blyth puts world’s largest blades to the test

ORE Catapult site to test world’s most powerful wind turbine blades.

Energy storage potential or just hot air?

Could electricity be stored in hydrogen through the gas transmission network? The Institute of Mechanical Engineers thinks so.