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AI firm Fyld scooped both the Innovator of the Year and Best Digital Innovation awards at the Energy Innovation Centre’s (EIC) new look annual showpiece, the Energy Innovation Showcase & Awards.
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Collaborative innovation in hydrogen must span production, distribution, storage, and end-users in order to stay abreast of change on a scale not seen since the transition to natural gas, according to sector experts.
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Utilities should be considering sustainability as an “urgent health and safety issue”. That was the sentiment from senior industry delegates convened at a recent roundtable discussion, hosted by Utility Week in association with TCS.
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Everflow has claimed to have become the first carbon neutral water company in the UK by offsetting its emissions for the water it supplies to business retail consumers until the end of 2023. In line with wholesalers, the firm is also working to achieve net zero by 2040 by minimising its carbon emissions as much as possible and offsetting the unavoidable ones through carbon removal projects.
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Having spearheaded Affinity Water’s recent digital engagement partnership with AI firm Webio as a contracted transformation lead, Rob Upton-Moir – Skewb’s head of developer services – shares his thoughts on the importance of working cross-company, cross-utility, and cross-sector to drive innovation, and the ‘Amazon effect’.
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With the entry deadline for the Water Industry Awards 2022 fast approaching, this year’s judges set the scene for the awards’ latest instalment on 29 June – featuring a number of new categories.
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The electricity industry is seriously exploring how to introduce locational pricing to the market to stimulate investment and cut costs for consumers, but what will be the effect on domestic customers, and are there ways to mitigate the risks while reaping the benefits? Lucinda Dann investigates.
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Scottish Water has added four vanadium redox flow batteries to its wastewater treatment site in Perth as part of its efforts to reach net zero by 2040. The company said they will enable it to use around 94% of the electricity generated by the 1MW solar array at the plant, including to power electric vehicle rapid charging points.
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