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Committee contact

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Paul Andrews
Position: Honorary Treasurer
Sam Knox
Position: Branch Representative
Clare McAllister
Position: Head of Membership
Sam McCloskey
Position: Honorary Secretary
Nicola Murphy
Position: Chair

Events and training

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Publications and documents

Latest news

UK government funding for next generation trucks and buses and greener shipbuilding

22-03-2021
The UK government is providing £54mn in funding for three green projects in Wales, England and Ireland that are developing next generation electric trucks and hydrogen-powered buses. The projects are forecast to save 45mm tonnes of carbon emissions, according to UK Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng....

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Two UK government funding schemes for energy transformation

17-02-2021
Businesses in energy-intensive sectors, including pharmaceuticals, steel, paper and food & drink will be able to apply for grants worth up to £14mn through the government’s Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) – totalling £289mn in funding up until 2024.In this second competition wi...

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Sixth Carbon Budget calls for £50bn annual investment to achieve UK net zero target by 2050

14-12-2020
The Sixth Carbon Budget published by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) on 9 December 2020 presented an ambitious and challenging energy transition programme which will impact all UK industries. The report highlights the vital role renewables, hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) will pl...

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Britain’s interconnectivity with Europe set to rise sharply

11-11-2020
Connectivity between the Great Britain (Scotland, Wales and England) power market and Europe is to more than double in the next three years, despite Brexit and other barriers, according to a new study conducted by European power market data analyst EnAppSys.The study shows that installed interconnec...

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World’s first hydrogen-powered double decker bus arrives in Aberdeen

8-10-2020
What is claimed to be the world’s first hydrogen-powered, zero emission double decker bus was unveiled in Aberdeen on 8 October 2020. A number of vehicles will be travelling around the city for several weeks during a period of final testing along with training for drivers, with 15 buses expected to ...

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