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  • Climate Change
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    India to Push Solar to Meet 2030 Climate Goals

    India’s solar power capacity is growing, and quickly. Coal powers 70 percent of India’s electricity generation, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi has pledged that by 2030, India will produce more energy through solar and other renewables than its entire grid now.  Figure 1: Solar panels in desert environment. Why…

  • Climate Change
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    Climate Change

    Dancing Our Way to A Greener Future!

    The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) was held at the Scottish Event Campus Centre in Glasgow from the 31st of October to 13th of November 2021. While world leaders were debating and pledging investment towards such causes as “ending deforestation, cutting methane emission levels by 30% by 2030,…

  • Climate Change
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    Climate Change

    Rundown of the COP26 Summit

    The COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference, hosted by the UK in partnership with Italy, is taking place from 31st October to 12th November 2021, in the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow, UK. The two-week summit is a crucial move for climate change to be brought into necessary control…

  • Glint and Glare
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    Glint and Glare

    Terrain Data – Everything You Need to Know

    Every location on land has an altitude above (or, in some rare cases, below) sea level. Most people have better things to do with their day than to ponder what that altitude is, where such values are stored in datasets and how those datasets may be used. However, if such…

  • Construction
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    Italian ‘Superbonus’

    In May 2020 the Italian government introduced the increasingly popular ‘Superbonus’ scheme to try and kickstart the economy after the chaos of COVID-19. The legislation introducing the ‘Superbonus’ permits home-owners to a tax advantage that allows them to claim 110% of the fee for building costs that make their home…

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    The Role of Solar Energy Technologies in Decarbonizing the US Electric Grid

    The US Department of Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have recently released a study exploring the role of solar energy technologies in decarbonizing the US electric grid. The Solar Future Study is the most comprehensive review of the potential role of solar…

  • Aviation
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    Attention Airports & Developers: New PSZ Policy Released by DfT

    The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has released an update to the 2010 Public Safety Zone (PSZ) circular has simplified the approach to defining the zones, however the new PSZ dimensions may now affect properties or proposed developments that were…

  • Renewables
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    The After-Life of Renewables in the US

    The United States (US) have invested over 200GW of renewable capacity in solar and wind since 1980, but the main problem the US faces today is the question of where the materials go after they are no longer needed.  The US government have concentrated their efforts on decommissioning fossil-fuelled power…

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