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    Radar Mitigation with Machine Learning

    Saab Technologies UK has been awarded just over £1million to develop AI technology that will enable radar to detect aircraft whilst being unaffected by wind turbines. This article explains some of the background to the awards and the mitigation. SAAB Saab is a large Swedish company that manufactures civil and…

  • Climate Change
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    COP26 – 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference

    The most significant climate change conference since the Paris climate conference of 2015 is being held in Glasgow, Scotland (31st of October to the 12th of November). The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference is the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate…

  • Solar
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    British Army’s First Solar Farm

    Project Prometheus is one of the initiatives employed by the British Army to support the UK Government in reaching net-zero carbon emissions by the year 2050. Specifically, it aims to provide more renewable energy to the UK defence sector by creating solar farms around the UK, under an allocated budget…

  • Renewables

    France Hopes to be Leader in Green Hydrogen

    Earlier this month, President Macron announced his wish for France to become a world leader in the production of ‘green hydrogen’ to support its decarbonisation plans.  President Emmanuel Macron said France would aim to build two mega factories for the production of green hydrogen by 2030, as he unveiled a…

  • Radar
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    Government Spends Another £3.8million on Radar Research

    Wind turbines can affect long range Air Defence Radar which can mean wind farms get blocked by Ministry of Defence planning objections. The Air Defence and Offshore Wind Windfarm Task Force has been established to resolve this issue in the long term with a Strategy and Implementation Plan. Phase I…

  • Renewables
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    General Motors Sites in US to be Fully Powered by Renewable Energy

    The United States number one automaker General Motors Co (GM), based in Detroit, Michigan, advised this month its plans for all of their US sites to run solely on renewable energy by 2025. The plan is set to be an impressive achievement, especially with the timescales of the new deadline…

  • Aviation
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    Green Jet Fuel

    Air travel is very much a part of modern life for many of us, and despite the Covid-19 pandemic wreaking havoc on the industry in very recent times, it is likely here to stay. Climate change issues, specifically CO2 emissions issues, put pressure on modern transport networks to become greener.…

  • Solar
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    A Solar Park That Will Make You Roar!

    Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire has recently announced plans for a ‘Solar Lion’ that aims to offset the Zoo’s carbon footprint. In 1933, artist R.B. Brooke-Greaves designed the Whipsnade White Lion, which indicates the position of Whipsnade Zoo, previously known as Whipsnade wildlife park . The lion is 147 metres in…

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