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    Renewables

    The World’s Renewable Energy Growth Rate Increases by 45%

    Background Despite the difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic for businesses across the globe, the renewable energy industry significantly grew within the last year, at its fastest pace since 1999. The International Energy Agency (IEA), an intergovernmental forecaster, reported that the sudden growth in the industry is to be predicted…

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    Solar

    Award Winning High-Altitude Floating Solar Farm

    Floating Solar Farms Floating solar farms are an innovative way of making use of potential solar PV capacity where land use may be restricted despite potential higher installation costs. Floating solar PV technology has been around for many years now with the UK’s first floating solar farm installed in 2014.   Floating…

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    Climate Change

    What Happened to Zero Carbon Homes?

    In 2006 the Labour government announced the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’. This committed that from 2016 all new houses would be ‘zero carbon’ and would generate as much energy on-site, as they would use in heating, hot water and lighting . Subsequently in 2008 the Climate Change Act was introduced…

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    Wind Farms

    Wind Farm Development Checklist

    Background Wind farm developments can be delayed or blocked due to radar, telecommunications and other aviation issues. Resolving these issues can be time consuming and expensive. These risks are best managed by identifying potential issues early in the development process. This checklist helps identify the key issues. Scope This checklist…

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    Solar

    Important Changes to the USA’s FAA Glint and Glare Guidance

    Overview The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently announced a final policy to replace their interim glint and glare guidance. The update states the FAA’s final stance on how solar photovoltaic (PV) developments should be managed from a glint and glare perspective and what federally obligated airports need to be…

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    Company News

    Pager Power in 50 Countries

    Another Milestone! Here at Pager Power we are proud to have been a part of many firsts. This has included identification of the site for radar in-fill at the (then) largest wind development in Europe, providing glint and glare analysis for the first consented large ground-based solar scheme in Ireland…

  • Climate Change
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    Climate ChangeRenewables

    Why Green Hydrogen Could be Key for Future Renewables

    Background Climate change has pushed clean energy up the global agenda. As we switch over to new, cleaner technologies and fuels, our experience of using power, heat and transport is going to change, transforming the way we live, work and travel.  Estimates by the International Energy Agency (IEA), predict that…

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    Aviation

    Airport Development Checklist

    Background Developments such as terminals, hangars, hotels and car parks can adversely affect airport operations. Airport operations can also adversely affect developments. The main issues to look out for are listed below. Scope This checklist applies to on-airport and off-airport developments close to the airport. Figure 1: Infographic indicating Pager…

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    The world’s first high-altitude floating solar farm located in the Swiss Alps has received the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) energy award in January 2021 and highlights the success of the technology. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3xCuFYj #solarenergy #renewableenergy

    In 2006 the Labour government announced the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’ which pledged that from 2016 all new houses would be #zerocarbon. However zero carbon homes have not come to fruition. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3xpdQ39 #sustainability #energyefficiency

    The FAA recently announced a final policy to replace their interim glint and glare guidance. This article presents the latest changes and implications for both airports and developers. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3g7PMfe #aviaton #solardevelopment #airportsafeguarding

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