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Major boost for CCS and hydrogen projects as East Coast Cluster captures 'Track 1' status
COP26 President consigns coal to the history books and looks to low-carbon future
Alok Sharma hails SSE’s transition from coal-fired power to low-carbon alternatives as significant step in decarbonising industrial heartlands and calls on other nations to make bold commitments to ‘power past coal’ at the Glasgow summit.
It’s no longer hydrogen vs electricity – we need both to deliver net zero
Much has been said about hydrogen in recent months, but the publication of the UK Hydrogen Strategy leaves us in no doubt that it is a crucial tool for the UK energy system as it decarbonises.
Carbon capture gets video game treatment ahead of COP26
The next generation of Scottish video games designers are playing their part in the race to net zero thanks to a partnership between SSE Thermal, part of SSE Plc, and Abertay University.
Renewables can limit the impact of surging global commodity prices
Energy is an essential service and it’s always difficult when prices are going up. This week Ofgem increased the energy price cap, reflecting the consistently high global gas prices seen in recent months.
Exchequer Secretary visits Keadby on trip to East Coast Cluster
Net Zero Treasury Secretary visits Keadby to hear more on carbon capture and storage.
SSE and Equinor developing plans for world-leading hydrogen storage facility in Yorkshire
SSE Thermal and Equinor are developing plans for one of the world’s largest hydrogen storage facilities at their existing Aldbrough site on the East Yorkshire coast.
There can be no COP outs on the road to net zero
Stephen Wheeler, SSE Thermal Managing Director, discusses how decarbonising thermal power generation is crucial in making net zero a reality.
Capturing the moment
Carbon capture and hydrogen technologies have huge potential to decarbonise flexible power generation and other hard to reach sectors.
SSE Thermal and Equinor join forces on Peterhead CCS Power Station project
SSE Thermal and Equinor have today unveiled plans to jointly develop a new low-carbon power station at Peterhead, which could become one of the UK’s first power stations equipped with carbon capture technology.