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How hydrogen can decarbonise heavy transportation

Decarbonising heavy-emitting modes of transportation is a fundamental challenge in the energy transition, with hydrogen viewed as an essential fuel…

Caribbean nations adopt Australian emergency response tech, systems

Across the Caribbean – much of which lies in the heart of the hurricane belt – one Australian firm is…

Homes could be heated with waste energy from Scottish supercomputer

A £2.6m feasibility study has started in Edinburgh to determine whether waste heat from a supercomputer could deliver energy to…

Case study: preventing plant downtime with three-stage air filtration  

Particle contamination can create a range of issues for gas turbines. Larger particles can erode the blades, while a gradual…

Common Delo FAQs 

What are the benefits of using high-quality engine, transmission, and drive-axle lubricant products on commercial vehicles?  Texaco Delo heavy duty…

Revolutionising power distribution management with IoT

Connecting millions of households in the ‘last mile’ , the central challenge in modern power distribution is optimising efficiency while…

Signal: UK energy sector could see 73,000 new jobs by 2030

As many as 73,000 new jobs could be created in the UK energy sector by 2030, with a further 50,000…

Going underground: Unlocking the potential of geothermal mine water in Scotland

One of the biggest challenges with heating homes from renewable sources is the reliability of energy supplies during different seasons…

Green whisky: The Scottish distilleries turning to hydrogen to decarbonise

The whisky industry is a major contributor to the Scottish economy and is making progress to reduce its carbon footprint…

How high-tech HF radios are boosting Tobago’s disaster communications networks

The disaster management agency in the Caribbean island nation of Tobago is bolstering its emergency response systems. Tight state budgets…