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Smart metering delay follows IT concerns

THE government announced in May that it would delay for a year the introduction of smart metering, following concerns that the industry is not yet ready to …

Hyundai hydrogen-powered vehicles arrive

Hyundai Motor Company has delivered the first of its assembly line-produced ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles to the City of Copenhagen in Denmark. The hydrogen-powered …

Activist network turns attention to coal power plants

GREENPEACE has published a report titled ‘Silent killers – why Europe must replace coal power with green energy’, which cites research conducted at …

Davey launches new Fund phase at Esholt

On an inaugural visit to Yorkshire Water’s Esholt facility, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Ed Davey launched a new phase of the …

Balkans win for trio

A consortium led by engineer Mott MacDonald has won a contract from the European Commission to help strengthen infrastructure development across the Western …

Planning bid goes in for CHP plant

A planning application has been submitted for a combined heat and power plant in Northamptonshire to provide energy for homes and businesses. Origin Renewable …




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