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  • Climate Change
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    Climate Change

    Energy Charter Treaty

    Ever wondered why governments seem so reluctant and slow to implement environmental and climate policies?  The reasons will of course be multifarious, but have you heard of the Energy Charter Treaty?  What is the Energy Charter Treaty? You don’t hear about it in the mainstream media – I will leave…

  • Renewables
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    Renewables

    UK First – Hydrogen to be Injected into Power Station

    Centrica and UK hydrogen conversion technology start up, HiiROC, have secured grant funding for a 12-month trial aimed at testing hydrogen’s decarbonisation potential, at gas-fired power plants. Touted as a first for the UK, the pilot, which will launch in the second half of next year, is aimed at examining…

  • Renewables
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    Renewables

    Greece Goes Green!

    According to Ember, an independent think tank, Greece generated 39.4% of its electricity in 2021 from renewable sources, with the largest being wind. Compared to figures in 2012 which suggested less than 20% for the same statistic, Greece looks on-set to reach their target of 70% for the whole year…

  • Solar
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    Solar

    Recycling Solar Panels: Now Low Cost and Environmentally Friendly

    Solar panel production is, rightly or wrongly, criticised partly for not being entirely environmentally friendly. The source of this criticism is primarily due to the reliance on precious metals required to produce solar panels. Extracting precious metals from the Earth can be a carbon-intensive process. Even before a solar panel…

  • Renewables
    Energy Paths in Europe
    Renewables

    Energy Paths in Europe

    The conflict in Ukraine has had far-reaching impacts on many aspects of life and industry. Energy networks are no exception, particularly in Europe given the significant reliance on Russian gas. Individual states have taken different stances when it comes to the best course of action, based on all the usual…

  • Climate Change
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    Climate Change

    The Role of the Contracts for Difference (CfD) Scheme in the ‘Cost of Living Crisis’

    Renewable energy project developers will be all too aware that the substantial upfront costs and volatile electricity prices present significant risk and potential barriers to developing large renewable energy projects.  To incentivise investment and reduce potential project risks, the government introduced the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme in 2014 to…

  • Climate Change
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    Climate Change

    Tricks (and Treats) for an Eco-Friendly Halloween

    Halloween is a terror-ific excuse for a party, to get together with your local community and for children to have all sorts of fun! However, with decorations, treats and costumes all to purchase and consume, it can be tricky to be eco-friendly. In this article we look at ways to…

  • Climate Change
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    Climate Change

    Why Are Current Energy Prices So High?

    We are all aware that we are currently in what is being nicknamed ‘a cost of living crisis’, where energy prices will be rising exponentially, especially this winter. People will be worried about whether they can turn the heating on, or use the oven, or watch TV in case they…

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