Equinor plans shut down of Veslefrikk field after 30 years

Discovered in 1981, the field came on stream in 1989 and has produced more than 400m barrels of oil equivalent

Steel transport on veggie oil gets on UK rail track

The train transported 2,500 tonnes of steel product from Wales to West Midlands

Australia backs first waste-to-hydrogen plant

The project will demonstrate the use of purified hydrogen to power a fuel cell vehicle

Northvolt to build ‘Europe’s largest’ battery factory

The Polish 50,000 square-metre factory will start production next year

Insulation the big winner of Green Homes Grant

The most common measure installed was loft Insulation, followed by cavity wall according to BEIS

Resident wins his bid to stop Vattenfall’s Norfolk wind farm

High Court blocks Vattenfall’s 1.8GW Norfolk Vanguard offshore wind farm

UK supports offshore wind deal in Taiwan with £200m

East Anglia-based company Seajacks will ship the material needed to install the turbines and Trelleborg will provide protection systems for the cables which connect the turbines to the mainland

Pumped hydro energy storage tech can bring £690m in savings a year

Long term pumped hydro with long term storage could unlock vast savings says new report

Vestas invests in wooden wind turbine tower startup

Wooden alternatives to steel towers are claimed to cut emissions by 80%

Global spending in hydrogen projects to reach $300bn by 2030

More than 200 large-scale projects are already in the pipeline, new report estimates