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The Waterline Shortlist revealed for Humber Renewables Awards

13 January 2021

The shortlist for the 2020 Humber Renewables Awards can now be revealed after a year like no other saw it drop anchor in 2021.

The Waterline Green hydrogen production heads offshore as turbine trial pulls in £4.5m of European funding

12 January 2021

A green hydrogen consortium with huge Humber interests has been awarded £4.5 million to demonstrate the integration of electrolysers with offshore win…

The Waterline MAJOR GREEN SURVEY IS LAUNCHED TO UNDERSTAND BUSINESS READINESS FOR RACE TO NET ZERO

11 January 2021

Today sees the launch of a major business-to-business survey to discover how the Humber’s 30,000 small businesses are gearing up for the UK’s Green Re…

The Waterline Humber can be world leader in climate change fight: The Yorkshire Post says

05 January 2021

With the UK’s aim to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 as part of efforts to minimise climate change requiring profound changes to the w…

The Waterline £8m funding boost for UK regions to cut industry carbon emissions

04 January 2021

Six projects across the UK are to receive a share of £8m Government funding as part of a drive to create the world's first net-zero emissions industri…

The Waterline Happy New Year for Orsted as Hornsea Three gets planning consent after 15 month delay

01 January 2021

A last act of 2020 from government has seen Orsted’s biggest wind farm yet gain planning consent.

The Waterline Scunthorpe hosts e-scooter trial as Government backs council’s green transport revolution

23 December 2020

A major trial of electric scooters across Scunthorpe has been launched by North Lincolnshire Council after funding was confirmed.

The Waterline Colossal quarry CO2 capture programme ready to ramp up in 2021

17 December 2020

The head of the tech team behind an ambitious project to decarbonise the CO2-heavy quarrying industry - from the Humber - has told how 2021 could be a…

The Waterline University of Hull’s Energy & Environment Institute secures prestigious SKA Gold rating for sustainability

10 December 2020

The Energy & Environment Institute at the University of Hull has practiced what it preaches by securing a prestigious SKA Gold rating for sustainabili…

The Waterline New climate target to cut UK emissions lapped up in the Humber

04 December 2020

New targets to cut the UK’s emissions have been welcomed by those leading transformative projects in the most carbon intensive cluster in the UK.

The Waterline Professor Xudong Zhao elected Fellow of European Academy of Sciences

03 December 2020

Professor Xudong Zhao has joined some of the world’s most distinguished scientists in being elected as a Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences.

The Waterline University of Hull signs UN carbon pledge as it strives for 2027 neutrality

13 November 2020

The University of Hull has signed a global United Nations pledge to “race to carbon zero,” as it strives towards a carbon neutrality target of 2027.

The Waterline Impact of hydropower on river habitats studied by University of Hull team

28 October 2020

Researchers at the University of Hull’s International Fisheries Institute have supported a European study into the impact of hydroelectric power plant…

The Waterline Clean Growth Minister: ‘The Humber is a world-leading green energy powerhouse’

23 October 2020

The Humber is a renewable energy “powerhouse” that is central to the country’s transition to a zero-carbon economy, a senior government figure has sai…

The Waterline FULL SCALE LOW-CARBON HOUSE DEMONSTRATOR PROJECT LAUNCHED BY UNIVERSITY OF HULL AND HULL CITY COUNCIL

20 October 2020

A glimpse into the future of low-carbon housing will be provided by a new partnership between the University of Hull and Hull City Council.

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