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UK manufacturing industry poised to reap the benefits of flexible CHP solutions

The benefits and potential of combined heat and power technology are being increasingly recognised by UK manufacturers post-pandemic, according to a new survey by Aggreko. Over 90 percent of ... more

Collaboration to play an increasingly important role in green energy

Simon Smith, Partner in the Corporate Team at national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP, comments on how collaboration will play an increasingly important role in green energy developments... more

Avoid Brexit border delays to keep your CHP running smoothly

Operators of combined heat and power (CHP) engines know just how important the smooth running of their equipment is to the overall success of their business, with owners often spending tens of ... more

Why does a diversified energy sector need smaller RTUs?

As the energy industry diversifies — often by connecting smaller power generation assets to the main grid — a problem has arisen. Traditional remote telemetry units (RTUs), used to monitor points ... more

Emerging greener: thinking sustainably will create a prosperity pathway in a post-pandemic world

For those looking to establish a roadmap to progress their business sustainability goals, now is the time to seize your share of the benefits of a green recovery. But what are the keys for success? ... more

The wind industry needs to ’invest in ageing fleets to avoid a steep decline in output and increased risk of catastrophic failure’

As the industry takes an increasingly optimistic view of turbine life, there needs to be a more proactive approach to mitigating the risks of catastrophic failure and a decline in energy production. ... more

Study aims to deliver safer, cleaner and cheaper hydrogen power

A ground-breaking project to develop a new way of storing hydrogen in buses has been launched by academics from London South Bank University (LSBU), School of the Built Environment and Architecture... more

The road to greener hydrogen

Whether hydrogen fuel holds the key to delivering widespread renewable power remains under heavy debate. What cannot be argued is the shear investment that backers are putting into the energy source —... more

Offshore wind leaders urged to collaborate for radical advances to reduce subsea cable failures

The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult is urging the offshore wind sector to sign up to a world-first data collection platform that aims to vastly reduce subsea cable failures. In a global ... more

DS Smith paper mill pushes carbon reduction goals using green electrical power in Croatia

DS Smith, the FTSE 100 leading provider of sustainable packaging, has announced that Belišce Paper Mill, situated in Eastern Croatia, has made significant steps forward in Co2 reductions by switching ... more

Enspec helps ensure Grid Code Compliance for Beinn an Tuirc Wind Farm (Phase 3)

Power quality engineering specialists, Enspec Power, has announced another successful power system study project, this time for Beinn an Tuirc Phase 3 wind farm on the Kintyre peninsular in Scotland. ... more

Embedding digitalisation into offshore wind

The offshore wind industry has become one of the UK’s success stories. In the past decade, the industry went from a capacity of 0.3 Gigawatts (GW) of power to 9.7 GW — and also generated almost ten ... more

Improving availability of energy storage technology

Following the Government’s announcement to relax planning legislation around constructing larger batteries for renewable power sources, energy storage suppliers should take similar steps to make the ... more

Nexans’ Keylios Photovoltaic Harness cuts solar farm LV DC cabling costs by up to 15%

Nexans has designed the new Keylios Photovoltaic Harness to help developers, installers and operators of utility-scale solar farms cut the low-voltage (LV) direct-current (DC) cabling costs for ... more

Graphene and related materials inks improve solar cells

Imagine the environmental benefits if we could all simply paint solar cells onto the roof of our houses, or onto any surface for that matter. We could do this using perovskite solar cells (PSC), but, ... more

Filling the Renewable Heat Policy gap

Following reconfirmation that the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme will expire after March 2021, REHAU is calling on the Government to take action to avoid a policy gap around the ... more

Combined Heat and Power is necessary to boost sustainability efforts in F&B manufacturing

Combined Heat and Power offers several cost, efficiency and sustainability benefits that can be realised by manufacturers with zero capital expenditure. James Sopwith, group strategic account director ... more

Comment: Green ambitions for homes and public buildings

Darren Walsh, energy partner at global legal business DWF, comments on the green energy ambitions for homes and public buildings announced by the Chancellor. He said: “The Chancellor's focus on ... more

Ofgem’s announcement ‘struck the right chord in the path to deliver a cleaner, greener and fairer energy system’ says Schneider Electric

Ofgem announced a £25bn five-year investment programme to transform the energy networks and deliver emissions-free green energy for Great Britain. In light of this, David Hall, VP Power Systems at ... more

Made in Scotland: the new wind turbine blade set to make green energy even greener

The Lightweight Manufacturing Centre (LMC), part of the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), operated by the University of Strathclyde, is working with a consortium on an Innovate UK ... more

 
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