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Lightyear to unveil the first long-range solar car on 25 June

The prototype of the first long-range solar car will be unveiled by Lightyear, a Dutch pioneer in clean mobility, in the Netherlands on 25 June.

The Lightyear One, the company’s proof of ... more

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2020 European Energy Transition Conference

The 21st edition of the European Energy Transition Conference will be held in Bordeaux, from 28 to 30 January,

The co-organisers of the event (Bordeaux Métropole, the Dunkirk Urban Community, ... more

Events

FLIR Thermal Studio software for thermographers to automate thermal image processing

Advanced batch video and image processing streamlines workflows and is available as a free trial.

FLIR Systems introduces FLIR Thermal Studio, a thermal image analysis and reporting software ... more

Inspection & Measurement

Looking beyond coal with decentralised energy solutions

Following news that Britain has gone a week without using coal to generate electricity for the first time since 1882, Aggreko says that the country needs to continue identifying sustainable and ... more
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Aggreko identifies need for bridging gap solutions

Energy security and cost concerns are highlighted as key barriers for UK industry to realise the benefits of decentralised energy, according to a report launched by Aggreko.

Entitled Bridging ... more

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Energy storage market paves way for energy revolution

The energy storage market has caught the eye of a number of stakeholders involved in the power industry, leading to its considerable growth and opening the way for next energy revolution, says ... more
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MPs urge energy minister to support marine power  

A total of 91 members of parliament from all the main parties have signed a letter to the energy minister, Claire Perry, urging her to put measures in place to ensure that the UK capitalises on its ... more
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APAC countries implementing renewable energy auctions

Asia Pacific (APAC) countries such as India, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Pakistan and Taiwan have implemented auctions to drive their renewable energy market, according to GlobalData.

The company’s ... more

Green Energy & CHP

Environmental control upgrade for school site

Abtec Building Technologies (Abtec BT) has upgraded the environmental controls in various buildings at Arthur Mellows Village College, a sixth form secondary school located near Peterborough.

As ... more

Lighting

Fuelling a circular economy

It’s becoming increasingly apparent that our current social behaviours are having a negative impact on the environment, whether it’s due to persistent product waste or greenhouse gas emissions, says ... more
Green Energy & CHP

Hydrogen - the catalyst for decarbonising the UK?

A new report by Arup outlines the steps needed for a successful hydrogen economy in the UK by the year 2035.

The report, A future hydrogen economy, finds that hydrogen has a potentially ... more

Green Energy & CHP

CCC: Phase out greenhouse gas emissions by 2050

The UK can end its contribution to global warming within 30 years by setting an ambitious new target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050, says Committee on Climate Change (CCC).

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Off-grid solar energy system for Zimbabwe

Swedish solar energy technology company Midsummer is supporting a charity school project in the rural Matopos area of southern Zimbabwe.

In cooperation with the Paul & Eszter Karaszi ... more

Green Energy & CHP

Manufacturer goes green with solar investment

Fabweld Steel Products (FSP) has added 465 solar photovoltaic panels to the roof at its Madeley headquarters, in a bid to reduce the amount of electricity it draws and pays for from its energy ... more
Green Energy & CHP

Global battery energy storage market to reach $13.13bn by 2023

The global battery energy storage market is forecast to grow to $13.13bn by 2023. Asia-Pacific (APAC) and EMEA will be the dominant markets for battery energy storage systems over the forecast period ... more
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Active Risk Manager used for offshore wind farm

The Triton Knoll wind farm project is an important future source of home-grown renewable energy in the UK. Now in the construction phase with the installation of the onshore electrical system, the ... more
Green Energy & CHP

Flir VP42 Non-Contact Voltage Detector ensures a safe job site

Flir Systems announces the new Flir VP42, a non-contact voltage detector with a built-in flashlight designed for field-troubleshooting and verification of residential, commercial, and industrial ... more
Inspection & Measurement

The most common boiler problems explained

While a broken boiler at any time of the year can be an inconvenience, most homeowners find that their problems tend to start at the beginning of winter. Usually, this is because their boilers have ... more
Boilers, Pumps & Valves

Website to provide updates on competition for commercial metering

The Association of Independent Meter and Data Agents (AIMDA) has launched a website to provide the industry with updates on its work to lobby BEIS and OFGEM to preserve effective competition for non-... more
Energy Monitoring & HVAC

Netherlands contributes 45 per cent of Europe’s gas processing capacity

The Netherlands drives Europe’s gas processing industry, with 24,587 million cubic feet per day (mmcfd) of gas processing capacity from 50 active gas processing plants, contributing around 45 per ... more
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