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A new dissertation from Linnaeus University looks at how we can improve Swedish birch wood properties through tree breeding, forest management and better measurement methods. Grace Jones, in the Department of Forestry and Wood Technology at Linnaeus University, has studied…
Global energy consultancy Xodus has established a new office in Melbourne to support the energy transition across the east coast of Australia. The Australian energy market has been important to Xodus since it first established a presence in Perth in…
Worn Again Technologies announces plans to build a new textile recycling demo plant in Winterthur Switzerland Worn Again Technologies is in the final planning stages of an innovative demonstration plant that will showcase its ground-breaking polymer processing technologies for textile…
Microalgae are a promising feedstock for a large number of products such as fuel, food and materials. At the same time, algae are able to fix large amounts of CO2 that they use for growth. Approximately 50% of the algae…
The forest industry is hugely important to both the national economy and our ecosystem’s biodiversity. The question is: how can we help the forest to thrive while we also utilise its resources? At the world’s leading forestry fair, Elmia Wood…
Factories of the future may be able to slash their fuel use by adopting a new British technology which paves the way to zero-carbon industrial heat processes. London start-up Futraheat has developed a ground-breaking high-temperature heat pump – known as…
Lhyfe, a world pioneer and pure player in renewable green hydrogen Lhyfe (Euronext: LHYFE) and the Swedish local energy company Trelleborgs Energi have joined forces in a pre-study that aims to build a local renewable hydrogen production system in southernmost…
ACI Group, a leading distributor working with some of the largest global food, pharma, industrial and road businesses, has become the UK’s first distributor to achieve the esteemed Social Value Quality Mark (SVQM) – an award that aims to cultivate…
The Facility will be used to re-finance Baseload’s operational assets and assets in construction or late-stage development as well as to finance future pipeline projects. The Facility can be utilized during the availability period and has a 10-year tenor after…
The towns and cities of the future may be able to rely on green hydrogen stored below ground, if a newly funded UK project succeeds. Purpose-built shafts could store large quantities of hydrogen Feasibility study could lead to first of…
The world understands that hydrogen is the next big thing in the field of energy. China, Europe, the U.S., and Israel have already invested in blue and green hydrogen-based solutions, with an understanding that hydrogen is a key factor in…
TotalEnergies is pleased to announce the start of construction of the Eolmed project, operated by Qair and in which TotalEnergies has a 20% stake. This 30 MW project is located more than 18 km off the coast of Gruissan and…
TotalEnergies and Ørsted have joined forces to jointly submit bids for the two Dutch offshore wind tenders “Holland Coast West” with the aim to achieve net positive impact on biodiversity and the Dutch energy system. The Holland Coast West wind…
Hundreds of jobs could be created in the West Midlands with zero-emission technology advancements creating global export opportunities for Grayson Thermal Systems. That was the clear message presented to Andy Street, the Mayor of the West Midlands, during a recent…
UNTHA Polska will be heading to the renowned waste and recycling trade fair – IFAT – in late May, as the shredding technology business prepares for one of its largest machinery showcases in years. The huge five-day event – which…
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