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    European Union Climate Targets to become Irreversible

    Tougher Targets The EU is looking to make its climate targets more stringent in an attempt to speed up the bloc’s emission reductions. An agreement to cut net greenhouse gas emissions by 55% relative to 1990 levels was reached by all 27 members in December. The next step is to…

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    Solar

    Are Solar Tracking Panels On The Rise?

    Background Global solar PV capacity is increasing steadily, and the demand remains strong across both developed and developing economies. Despite a contraction of circa 32 GW from the expectations, the new installed global solar capacity in 2020 was circa 112 GW. The contraction was due to the impact of COVID-19…

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    Renewables

    The Cost of Climate Change

    Introduction  As the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events increases, so does the damage and the financial burden. According to a recent report, the world’s 10 most expensive climate-related weather disasters in 2020 cost more than $145 billion in uninsured losses. Counting the Cost The report, released by Christian…

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    Renewables

    New Wind Power Record Set on Boxing Day

    Background Renewable energy is becoming used more frequently and, with the help of Storm Bella, wind power broke a new record in the UK on Boxing Day. More than half of Great Britain’s daily electricity came from wind turbines for the first time on Boxing Day, as Storm Bella arrived,…

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    Wind Farms

    MOD Becoming a Fan of Wind Farms?

    Background If someone whispers ‘wind turbine’ in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? Well, that depends on whether there is a MOD radar nearby.  Wind turbines convert kinetic energy from wind into electrical energy and with the future of the planet…

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    Uncategorized

    Third Runway at Heathrow Going into Planning Permission

    Background  The journey of the third runway at Heathrow started in 2003 when Tony Blair’s government published the plans, arguing that expansion is needed to keep pace with other European airports. However, it was not welcomed by local residents and environmental activists. The project stalled in May 2010 under the…

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    Renewables

    2030 Ban on Sale of New Diesel and Petrol Cars

    Background The ban on sale of new petrol and diesel cars has officially been confirmed to take place in 2030! This comes after the initial announcement made in 2017; by then-environmental secretary, Michael Gove, with the initial date set of 2040. In detail, this means new cars with any kind…

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    Renewables

    Have Yourself a Merry Little Eco-friendly Christmas

    A time for reflection “Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection.” – Winston Churchill As we approach the end of the year, many will be looking to make the most of the festive period and to forget that 2020 ever happened. With hopes that the Pfizer…

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    The EU is looking to make its climate targets more stringent and an agreement to cut net greenhouse gas emissions was reached by all 27 members in December. The next step is to pass a bill that would make these targets irreversible. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3bLGAvh

    Global #solar PV capacity is expected to grow significantly from 2021. #Solardevelopments implementing tracking systems are becoming more common due to a fall in price of panels and the implementation of bifacial technology. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3opGm0l #solarenergy

    The French war over onshore wind farms https://www.politico.eu/article/france-wind-turbines-farms-energy-renewable-green-environment-energy/

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