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    Why are Glint and Glare Effects Towards Local Roads Considered a Low Impact?

    Introduction The first stage of assessing the potential impact of glint and glare towards surrounding road users involves undertaking an initial review of the available imagery to determine the specific roads to be taken forward for geometric modelling. Local roads are not typically taken forward for geometric modelling because the…

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    Did I Hear You Say Guilt Free Chocolate?

    Let me introduce you to the idea of guilt free chocolate, and no, I’m not talking about calorie free chocolate. I am talking about removing the carbon footprint of most chocolate currently available.  Fairtrade/Rainforest Alliance When consuming items such as chocolate, or coffee, we tend to gravitate towards products that…

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    Renewable Railways

    Greener transport options have been at the forefront of discussions around reducing emissions for a long time. Transport reportedly for example).…

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    Gardening & Climate Change

    Many gardeners and wildlife enthusiasts have probably noticed the impacts of climate change on their garden habitats. Whether the term gardening is just a few pots and herbs on the windowsill or growing your own fruit and vegetables on an allotment or in containers, gardening is one of the most…

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    The Solar Express

    It has been recently announced that California’s long-awaited high-speed train will be solar powered. The Californian High Speed Rail Authority announced last month that the train will be entirely powered by renewable energy in order to align with environmentally friendly transport initiatives. Background The project was approved back in…

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    Glint and Glare

    Refraction – A Forgotten Friend

    You may remember briefly learning about refraction in physics at school – light moves more slowly in denser materials and therefore light appears to bend when it moves through glass or water. You will likely have been taught that this is why the deep end of a swimming pool is…

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    Company News

    Exciting Times as Pager Power Acquires a Second Office

    Pager Power has been growing steadily over the last few years and we have finally made the decision to acquire a new office to accommodate the ever-growing team. Whilst still remaining located at the business park of our existing office in Sudbury, Suffolk, the requirement for a second office represents…

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    Coal Going Green

    Germany’s Jaenschwalde coal power station is being proposed to be transformed into a storage facility and hydrogen production facility.  Power-to-X Project The second-largest producer of electricity from coal in Germany, Lausitz Energie Bergbau AG (LEAG), plans to transform its coal power station into a 900MW hydrogen-ready gas and steam turbine…

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    At a key government auction, held on Friday 8th September 2023, the UK’s future offshore wind plans came to a halt. Is this goodbye to new British offshore wind developments? Learn more:

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    Earlier this month, the UK Government announced a change to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) with the intention of easing planning restrictions on onshore wind farms in England. Learn more:
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    As part of Portsmouth International Port's CO2 reduction plans, three berths will allow docked ships to connect directly to the national grid. Learn more:

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