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    Solar

    Glint and Glare Guidance (Fourth Edition) – Now Available!

    Download the fourth edition of the Glint and Glare Guidance PDF here. Overview Two years after the third edition of Pager Power’s glint and glare guidance was released, the fourth edition is now available to download. You can download the guidance document from the link at the top of the…

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    Climate Change

    Will King Charles III Continue His legacy as an Environmentalist Campaigner?

    With the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles III has now taken his place as Head of State.  Throughout his years as the Prince of Wales, Charles has been very involved in environmental issues, campaigning for better conservation, organic farming, and recognition of the climate issues we…

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    Uncategorized

    100% ReUSAble – Can Renewable Energy be Made a Reality in the US?

    Renewable energy plants have historically been a divisive topic – expensive to build, rely on sunlight or wind, and an eyesore to those who live in their vicinity. Changes in perception have been afoot however. At one time the notion of a country being fully powered by renewables was a…

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    Climate Change

    Biden’s Big Bet

    US President Joe Biden has recently put pen to paper for America’s biggest clean energy investment in history. The investment is part of the America’s own bid towards clean energy, as well as catching up to other countries leading the race. $370 Billion The record-breaking figure amounting to a whopping…

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    Renewables

    Three Cheers to Renewable Beers!

    This Is How We Brew It You can run your brewery in a number of ways that are less harmful to the environment. Lessening carbon emissions and lowering expenses are the two main advantages of renewable energy sources. Currently, the cheapest methods of power generation are wind and solar. This…

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    UK Solar

    Sudbury Solar Farm Approved – Local Suffolk News

    Background Sudbury, Suffolk, the home of famous painter, Thomas Gainsborough, will soon become a location of great renewable advance. This comes as the council discusses the approval of a solar farm in the Chilton industrial state area, outskirts of Sudbury town. The project in question was submitted in June 2022,…

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    Solar

    The Energy Crisis is Pushing Residential Solar Power

    The lockdowns imposed worldwide to combat the pandemic in 2019 resulted in a significant reduction in energy demand across the world. Oil refineries have been shut down and struggled to re-open causing a supply-demand imbalance resulting in raising prices. The invasion of Ukraine by Russia exacerbated the energy issue in…

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    Climate Change

    How Global Warming Will Affect Our Quality of Sleep

    According to the Sleep Foundation, the best bedroom temperature for sleep is approximately 18.3 degrees Celsius (65 degrees Fahrenheit). This might vary by a few degrees from person to person, but most doctors recommend keeping the thermostat set between 15.6 to 19.4 degrees Celsius (60 to 67 degrees Fahrenheit) for…

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