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DDPP issues report on Pathways to Deep Decarbonisation in the United Kingdom

 

9 July 2015. The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP) has published their latest report on ‘Pathways to deep decarbonisation in the United Kingdom’. This provides some key ...

https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2015/07/DDPP_GBR_Digit.pdf  Link to external site

 

World's first hydrogen fuel cell race car unveiled by E4tech client GreenGT

 

1 July 2015. The GreenGT H2, a 340kW hydrogen fuel cell race car, was unveiled on Saturday 27 June at the Paul Ricard circuit in France. Ex-Formula 1 driver Olivier Panis showed the car's ...

http://www.e4tech.com/en/overview-news.cfm?yearnews=2015&#news3231  Link to external site

 

IEA releases new Technology Roadmap for Hydrogen & Fuel Cells

 

30 June 2015. The International Energy Agency has released the IEA Technology Roadmap for Hydrogen & Fuel Cells, outlining the critical steps to advance hydrogen and fuel cells in global markets. ...

http://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/TechnologyRoadmapHydrogenandFuelCells.pdf  Link to external site

 

E4tech to lead development of a Whole System Energy Model for Scotland

 

25 June 2015. SHFCA member E4tech has been selected by Scottish Government to lead a team to develop a Whole System Energy Model for Scotland. This model will specifically be used to inform the ...

http://www.e4tech.com/en/consulting-expertise.html  Link to external site

 

DECC Energy Trends - Scotland powering ahead with Renewables

 

25 June 2015. The Department of Energy and Climate Change has published the latest Energy Trends and Quarterly Energy Prices, with new data for the first quarter of 2015. Renewable energy output ...

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/energy-trends  Link to external site

 

LowCVP 2050 Roadmaps show the way to transport decarbonisation

 

22 June 2015. A new series of reports by SHFCA member Element Energy for the LowCVP shows how the UK can develop the infrastructure necessary to deliver the low carbon fuels of the future, but that ...

http://www.lowcvp.org.uk/resource-library/reports-and-studies.htm  Link to external site

 

SCCS reports on synergies between North Sea oil and Low-Carbon Energy

 

16 June 2015. Linking the development of enhanced oil recovery in the North Sea to low-carbon electricity can bring significant benefits to the wider UK economy while accelerating carbon storage and ...

http://www.sccs.org.uk/images/expertise/reports/co2-eor-jip/SCCS-CO2-EOR-JIP-Report-SUMMARY.pdf  Link to external site

 

EU on track to meeting 20% renewable energy target by 2020

 

16 June 2015. EU countries are well on the way to meeting the EU's target for 20% renewable energy in the overall energy supply by 2020, a new report shows. The European Commission's renewable energy ...

https://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/news/eu-track-meeting-20-renewable-energy-target  Link to external site

 

Ballard launches 7th generation FCvelocity®-HD7 zero emission fuel cell for mass transit

 

17 June 2015. SHFCA member Ballard Power Systems has announced the commercial launch of their FCvelocity®-HD7, the next-generation heavy duty fuel cell power module for use in mass transit ...

http://ballard.com/about-ballard/fuel-cell-education-resources/fuel-cell-market-updates/2015/HD7_Launch.aspx  Link to external site

 

Ofgem update on the energy efficiency potential of UK’s gas and electricity infrastructure

 

17 June 2015. This Ofgem report assesses the energy efficiency potential of the gas and electricity infrastructure in Great Britain (GB) as required by the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). Losses ...

https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/ofgem-publications/95290/energyefficiencydirectivereport-finalforpublication-pdf  Link to external site

 
 

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