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Death of the office? No, says Lowestoft-based clean energy hub as new tenant signs up

Death of the office? No, says Lowestoft-based clean energy hub as new tenant signs up

Lowestoft-based OrbisEnergy has welcomed Tyneside company Mactech Engineering & Inspection to its “hub for clean energy” as businesses across the region consider returning to the office for the first time since last March.
Decarbonising how we heat our homes and buildings will be key to reducing emissions

Decarbonising how we heat our homes and buildings will be key to reducing emissions

Yesterday’s news regarding the sixth Carbon Budget states that the UK government is to set in law the world’s most ambitious climate change target, cutting emissions by 78% by 2035 compared to 1990 levels.
Picture perfect: Alan's energy for energy is still going strong

Picture perfect: Alan's energy for energy is still going strong

There is no doubt every working day is different for Alan O’Neill. From his East Coast base, his company CHPV has become the go-to company to visually capture the reality of offshore life. As he celebrates his 40th year in the business, Alan reflects on the vitality and variety of the industry he loves.
RenewableUK’s new webinar series on decarbonisation and collaboration in wind and aviation

RenewableUK’s new webinar series on decarbonisation and collaboration in wind and aviation

RenewableUK has evolved its popular wind and aviation event into a highly accessible webinar series this year supported by partners AIFCL, OWIC, Thales and Vattenfall.
Net Zero East formally launches with webinar

Net Zero East formally launches with webinar

The need to build from the ground level up, with the knowledge central policies alone will not deliver local development on net zero and decarbonisation, was one of the key takeaways from the formal launch of Net Zero East (NZE) on April 14.
Pipeline for renewable energy and storage projects grows to 86GW

Pipeline for renewable energy and storage projects grows to 86GW

The latest figures from Cornwall Insight's Renewables Pipeline Tracker reveal the pipeline of renewable energy and storage projects across England, Scotland and Wales currently stands at 86GW.
Geothermal energy poised to help resolve global climate issues

Geothermal energy poised to help resolve global climate issues

Industry and academia have united to launch a new initiative to advance the role of geothermal energy in the energy transition with the newly-formed Geothermal Energy Advancement Association officially launching tomorrow.
Jobs bonanza predicted as new investment turbo-charges the east’s energy sector

Jobs bonanza predicted as new investment turbo-charges the east’s energy sector

An enterprise body is hailing a “new era of investment” for East Anglia as billions of pounds are poured into its fast-growing energy sector.
Offshore wind and Net Zero discussions with Suffolk and Norfolk MPs

Offshore wind and Net Zero discussions with Suffolk and Norfolk MPs

Offshore wind and the positive contribution East Anglia can make to the UK Government’s Net Zero ambitions were the main topics of discussion when Iberdrola Renewables’ offshore managing director, Jonathan Cole, met with three of the region’s coastal MPs recently.
Old wind farm blades present golden opportunity to UK supply chain

Old wind farm blades present golden opportunity to UK supply chain

The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult is calling for increased investment and a radical shift in research and development into wind turbine blade recycling, citing the huge economic opportunities for the UK supply chain from a circular economy approach in offshore wind that could extend the sector’s UK job creation targets by 30 per cent, creating an extra 20,000 jobs.