This website uses cookies primarily for visitor analytics. Certain pages will ask you to fill in contact details to receive additional information. On these pages you have the option of having the site log your details for future visits. Indicating you want the site to remember your details will place a cookie on your device. To view our full cookie policy, please click here. You can also view it at any time by going to our Contact Us page.

Article image
Beijing Winter Olympics to be supplied by 100% clean energy 19 May 2021

As we approach the 24th Winter Olympic Games, various projects are proceeding intensively and efficiently. Being a "green Olympics" is one of the important concepts for the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022, and the aim for organisers is that the event and all venues will be completely powered by clean energy – a pioneering move in the history of the Olympics....

Article image
Major US pipeline network shut down after cyber attack 10 May 2021

A cyber attack on US pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline led to the shut down of its entire network on May 7. The Colonial Pipeline network transports around 2.5 million barrels of gasoline per day – around 45% of the US East Coast’s gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel....

Article image
Tanker explosion kills two workers at railcar repair facility in US 23 April 2021

An explosion at a railcar repair facility in Wyoming, US killed two people on April 21. The two men were found unresponsive inside a tanker railcar by emergency responders after the incident was reported at around 15:20 local time....

Article image
ScottishPower announces plans for UK’s largest electrolyser as part of green hydrogen plant 14 April 2021

On April 12, ScottishPower announced that it had submitted a planning application to deliver the UK’s largest electrolyser. The 20MW electrolyser will be the key component of a green hydrogen facility located close to ScottishPower’s Whitelee windfarm. The planning application also includes proposals for a combined solar, up to 40MW, and battery energy storage scheme, up to 50MW, to help power the electrolyser....

Article image
Equinor and SSE announce world’s first 100% hydrogen-fuelled power plant 08 April 2021

Equinor and SSE Thermal have announced plans to jointly develop two first-of-a-kind, low-carbon power stations in the UK’s Humber region, comprising one of the UK’s first power stations with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, and the world’s first major 100% hydrogen-fuelled power station....

Article image
Power plant explosion kills six people in China 08 April 2021

An explosion killed six people at a power plant in eastern China on April 7. The incident happened while workers were carrying out welding tasks on a tank in Chuzhou city of Anhui province....

Article image
Record coal plant retirements offset by China coal plant boom, new report says 06 April 2021

According to a new report by led by Global Energy Monitor (GEM), a steep increase in coal plant development in China offset a retreat from coal in the rest of the world in 2020, resulting in the first increase in global coal capacity development since 2015. In total, China was home to 85% of the 87.4 gigawatts (GW) of proposed new coal plants in 2020....

Article image
EDF to close its sole remaining coal-fired power station 23 March 2021

EDF has announced that it will close its sole remaining coal-fired power station, West Burton A. The energy company said the station will move into decommissioning by 30 September 2022, two years ahead of the UK Government’s deadline for all UK coal generation to be closed by 2024....

Article image
Internet outage caused by data centre fire, says Russia – but Google disagrees 15 March 2021

Russian authorities have claimed that a destructive data centre fire in Strasbourg on March 10 was responsible for the disruption of access to a large number of websites, including Google and YouTube....

Article image
Explosion on board bulk carrier injures four offshore Gibraltar 23 February 2021

An explosion on a bulk carrier vessel, the CSSC Cape Town, injured four people on February 19. The blast happened while the ship was in Gibraltar's territorial waters. Two of the injured were flown to hospital by helicopter after they suffered severe burns....

View Digital Issue & Archive

Most Viewed Articles

Twitter Feed

Videos