Saturday, November 26, 2022
EMI filters for solar and wind turbines

EMI filters for solar and wind turbines

INDUSTRIAL automation specialist CD Automation is bringing to the UK market what it says is the industry’s widest range of UL-approved filters for photovoltaic...
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Adding fuel to the fire? Report further establishes destructive influence of biomass method

A report from NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) seems to strengthen the case against Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS), currently a key...
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AD a key player in GHG mitigation, says report from biogas trade group

Anaerobic digestion (AD) could help cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 10% by 2030, reveals a report recently published by the World Biogas Association (WBA).
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Utility-university partnership to fine tune AD

A partnership between University of York researchers and Yorkshire Water (YW) will work to optimise next-generation anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities .

Funding award for 28-year old Danish researcher’s green hydrogen breakthrough

A young Danish researcher has seemingly succeeded in developing a technology that will reduce the costs of getting wind power into the tanks of...

£4.6 million tidal blade testing facility opens in Fife

A rapid testing facility for tidal turbine blades has opened in Rosyth, Fife, described as the world's first. Researchers say it can speed up...

Solar expansion at Southern Water

Southern Water will be harnessing sun-power by installing more than 15,000 solar panels at three of its sites to help protect the environment and...

Efficiency first

That should be the focus for ensuring growth of the biogas sector in Ireland, explains Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers.

Hard work pays off as park gets the nod

YEARS of research, planning and consultation have paid off for green energy company Ecotricity with approval of its proposals for a wind park in...

UK AD innovators line up

AD innovators were honoured on 1 July at the UK AD & Biogas Industry Awards 2015. There were 60 entries competing in 14 award...

Local governments must take responsibility for clean heat

Net zero energy goals for heating need to be owned and delivered by regional and local governments, according to a new report led by...

AD industry calls for more fitting support

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) has called for “more ambition” for anaerobic digestion from the government in its response to the Feed-in...

Albion goes for No. 7

ALBION Ventures has invested £1.3m in partnership with Wales developer Dragon Hydro to fund the development of a single 300kW hydropower scheme on the...

Cost of UK large-scale solar could drop below £40MWh by 2030, says solar trade...

The STA has conducted a fresh assessment of large-scale solar costs which was explored with leading energy analysts and BEIS at an expert workshop...

New report sets out blueprint for investment in energy storage

A report published today on 14 July will for the first time decode complex market opportunities for UK energy storage and explain what is...

Partnership supports micro-hydro cost savings

A new Micro-Hydro partnership between Ham Baker Group and SPP Pumps promises to allow affordable, effective energy generation for water treatment inlet works and...
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Nosing out the controversy over AD plant emissions

IN March local campaigners succeeded in blocking plans to build an energy-from-waste plant in Ramsbottom in the Greater Manchester area. Concern over the smell...
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ERDF selects Elster

ERDF selects Elster to support rollout of up to 35 million smart meters in France Elster Electricity Solutions selected for ERDF’s Linky project phase one,...

Oil-price temporarily slows diffusion of solar-diesel hybrid systems in the mining industry

Hybrid plant in Western Tanzania during construction - Expert interviews have confirmed that influence of oil-prices is only short-term and that for the vast majority...

UK marching against the tide on renewables policy, says UN chief scientist

The UN’s chief environmental scientist Professor Jacquie McGlade has criticised the UK government’s decision to cut subsidies for renewable energy while bolstering the oil...