AT LEAST EIGHTY-EIGHT NEW, FREE RAPID-CHARGE POINTS TO BE INSTALLED FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES ACROSS WEST YORKSHIRE Work to improve West Yorkshire’s air quality by encouraging the use of electric vehicles, through the installation of...
100% Renewable Energy across Europe is More Cost Effective than the Current Energy System and Leads to Zero Emissions Before 2050 As climate discussions are underway among global leaders at COP24, the annual United...

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Paul Hutchens is Director of Midlands-based solar specialists, Eco2Solar. He is a board member of the Solar Trade Association (STA), the UK's leading solar industry voice, and Chairman of the STA’s New Build Working Group which aims to inform...
Paul Sands of Stokvis Energy Systems offers an insight into how plate heat exchangers (PHEs) can help bring the best from renewable energy sources and solve other issues for building services professions. With oil as well as wholesale energy prices...
In a ground-breaking move for the UK’s renewables industry, a battery storage unit developed by Anesco has officially become the first battery storage asset to supply electricity to National Grid’s Balancing Mechanism. Breach Farm, a 10MW battery storage site in...
Extending the reach of affordable solar energy will have both environmental and societal benefits says Dr. Geoff J. Nesbitt, CEO, Verditek Clean technology is more than just a ‘greenwash’ that some have accused the e-tech and energy industries of...
A ground-breaking community energy scheme, which enables residents to generate, store and use solar electricity, has been switched on in Nottingham. University of Nottingham-led, the green energy initiative is situated at Trent Basin, a 250-acre brownfield re-development of 500 low-carbon homes under construction...
Energy sector investments in big data technologies have exploded. In fact, according to a study by BDO, the industry’s expenditure on this technology in 2017 has increased by ten times compared to the previous year, with the firm attributing...
The time is now for renewables in emerging markets The world is moving away from using traditional energy sources in favour of renewables. In 2017, the latest International Energy Outlook by the US Energy Information Administration revealed that total global...
Council solar farms & most council rooftop schemes no longer need to depend on national support Councils urged to boost renewables on new homes & offices Top 10 solar investor authorities combined investment tops £80 million Councils developing ‘subsidy-free’ solar farms today A new...