In the short to medium term there exists a niche for low-carbon fuels to provide decarbonised transport and heat in the UK market.
These could be in the form of biofuel, biodiesel, a blend of bioethanol with petrol, such as E10, or net zero carbon fuels. Low-carbon biogases and hydrogen also have a place in this space. The future energy space is diverse, with new use cases emerging frequently.
As part of Pixie Energy’s market intelligence services we capture key developments as fuel producers look to carve out a space in the market as the UK economy drives towards Net Zero
Our services in future energy markets
- Energy:2030 – Cornwall Insight and Pixie Energy’s Energy:2030 is designed for suppliers, generators, regulators, government and investors. It covers relevant and interesting developments from markets around the world including biofuel and hydrogen production incentives, both governmental and arising from the markets, significant investments, and changing policy as it evolves both in the UK and worldwide.
- Government launches a Net Zero Review
- Energy:2030 Issue 22
- 14.7MW community solar and battery farm wins finance deal
- Utilising mixed technologies to decarbonise heat will drive climate action
- Highview Power to build the UK’s first commercial cryogenic energy storage facility
- IEA: industrial applications to account for the bulk of new solar installations
- Energy White Paper delayed until Q1 2020
- Chemical company Linde takes 20% stake in UK hydrogen firm
- Energy:2030 Issue 21
- Government announces net zero package
- REA calls for BECCS to play a critical role in meeting the UK’s net zero ambitions
- Drax BECCS pilot captures CO2 for the first time