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  • Renewables
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    Renewables

    EU Hydrogen Plans

    Currently, hydrogen only accounts for 2% of Europe’s energy consumption and its primary use is for the production of chemical products. Furthermore, almost all hydrogen is produced using natural gas.  A hydrogen strategy was adopted in 2020 and is a key part of the overall EU strategy for energy system…

  • Climate Change
    Climate Change

    US To Plant One Billion Trees To Combat Climate Change

    The Political Situation The Supreme Court of the United States of America has changed in recent years. In theory, political persuasions should not affect judicial decision-making; however, it is evidentiary that the choice of justices can significantly affect decisions made over what is lawful in the future.  The last three…

  • Wind Farms
    Wind Farms

    Refresher Course in Wind Farms and Point-to-Point Telecoms Issues

    Over the last few months, many of the wind farm projects we have worked on have encountered complex telecommunications issues. This, coupled with the ongoing resurgence of onshore wind within the UK, has meant we thought it would be a good idea to provide a brief refresher course on the…

  • Climate Change
    Climate Change

    Species Stock Market

    Every single species that we share our planet with has a different part to play in the Earth’s biodiversity and each species are equally important in their own way. Bees are a good example. A lot of plants would die out without the bees to help them each year. Bees…

  • Solar
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    Solar

    Floating Solar: Does US Have Enough Water for It?

    The United States (U.S.) is starting to see potential for floating photovoltaics (FPV), otherwise known as floating solar, floatovoltaics. This began when earlier this month the US Army launched a large floating solar array at Camp Mackall on Fort Bragg, in North California. With solar power evolving to suit the…

  • Aviation
    NATS AI
    Aviation

    NATS Considers Using AI to Help With Air Traffic Control

    NATS (formerly National Air Traffic Services), the leading provider of air traffic control services in the UK, has been trialling the use of artificial intelligence as an aid to air traffic controllers. Such trials seek to use it to fulfil the role of air traffic control, using natural language processing…

  • Renewables
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    Renewables

    Hydrogen Vehicles: Future or Finished?

    Fuel cell electric vehicles are an interesting proposition for those who want to go green, but they’re not as widely available as full EVs. Because they reduce the amount of carbon emissions emitted into the atmosphere, electric and hybrid cars are becoming more and more popular. There are other ways…

  • Company News
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    Company News

    The Pager Power Team Continues to Grow!

    We are very pleased to welcome Abdul Wadud to our growing Pager Power technical team; Abdul joined us on 17th June and has settled in seamlessly.  He recently finished studying a degree in Mechanical Engineering at City, University of London, and has joined the company as a Technical Analyst. As…

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