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  • Renewables

    How bad are British carbon emissions?

    A dirty start to 2020 The Guardian has reported that in just the first two weeks of 2020, the average Briton will have emitted more carbon dioxide than the average person from multiple African countries including Madagascar, Ethiopia and Uganda will emit over the entire year.  Britain has, however, made…

  • Renewables

    Are the Australian Bushfires caused by Climate Change?

    Background Successive Australian governments have been accused of dismissing climate change whilst their election campaigns have been funded by the coal industry. The current prime minister,  Scott John Morrison, has infuriated Australians through his poor response to the Australian bushfire crisis. We consider whether the bushfires are the result of…

  • Renewables

    UK Energy Success in 2019

    The UK National Grid has announced that for the first time ever, over the 12-month period of 2019, the UK produced more electricity through carbon free sources than through fossil fuels.  The data released by the UK National Grid shows that 48.5% of the energy produced throughout the year came…

  • Drones/ UAVs
    Drones/ UAVsSolar

    Solar farm sets six-week speed record

    Solar Farm Speed Record The Sekdoorn solar project in the north of the Netherlands is interesting for a few reasons. For one, it’s another example of a floating solar park, which in itself offers some advantages over land-based options including efficient use of space and the fact that solar panels…

  • Renewables

    Internationally mixed messages on the environment coming into 2020

    Hot Topic Environmental concerns seem more prevalent going into 2020 than ever before. Initiatives, protests and policies around green energy and the environment can be found almost anywhere you care to look. The actual steps that will be actioned in this regard are less clear. In this article we compare…

  • Wind Farms
    Wind Farms

    Denmark considering offshore islands for wind farms to meet new targets

    Overview Manmade offshore islands surrounded by wind turbines are being considered in Denmark to help achieve their new climate targets. Their aim is to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 70% by 2030 and to be carbon neutral by 2050. The initial phase of the island project is expected to…

  • Construction

    Crane Operations Schemes

    Background Cranes are usually temporary but can adversely affect aviation due to their height. It is therefore often necessary for building developers to prepare a Crane Operation Scheme to ensure cranes will not adversely affect aviation. Crane Operation Schemes are often incorporated into Construction Management Plans.   Technical Height Restrictions…

  • Renewables
    RenewablesWind Farms

    Will Climate Change make wind farms generate more power?

    Background Climate change is projected to cause rising temperatures and changing weather patterns. These may result in the output of wind farms changing over time. A variety of studies have been undertaken which show how the amount of electricity generated in future will change as a result of climate change.…

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Today marks the official closure of our last coal-fired power station, the iconic Fiddler’s Ferry in Warrington, Cheshire. The closure of the station, which became fully operational in 1973, was announced by SSE in June 2019.

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