Monday, January 25, 2021

Bird droppings to help cut the crap in graphene

"It seems that whatever 'crap' we put into graphene, electrocatalysis increases", according to Martin Pumera from University of Chemistry and Technology at Prague, Czech...

Yorkshire Water looking to save millions of litres of water in new trial

YORKSHIRE Water is working with Itron on a new smart meter water leakage trial in Sheffield which it hopes could play a key role...

Renewables generated a record-amount of UK electricity in 2019

STATISTICS released today by the Government show that renewables generated a record 36.9% of the UK’s electricity in 2019, more than half of which...

Assistance dogs improve mental health of disabled young people

ASSISTANCE dogs have a significant positive impact on the mental health of disabled young people, according to a report by the University of Sheffield and...

Cambridge vows to tackle climate change and invest in energy projects in new budget

CAMBRIDGE City Council sets out its priority of taking action on climate change and biodiversity in its budget for 2020-21. The General Fund Budget Setting Report, which...

Electricity North West announces flexibility tender

A TOTAL of 15.4MW of flexibility services are required in the areas of Claughton, Golborne, Higher Walton and Sebergham through a combination of Secure...

Holiday flights already feeling the impact of climate change, new research says

AIRLINES could be forced to cut passenger numbers or fly to fewer destinations in future due to climate change, according to a new study...

Vodafone’s European network to go 100% renewable

VODAFONE has announced that its European network will be powered by 100% renewable electricity no later than July 2021. This is sought to be achieved...

Alok Sharma pays tribute to the energy sector in an open letter

THE SECRETARY of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Alok Sharma has thanked the energy industry for their efforts to keep the nation...

Yorkshire water becomes first in the industry to run Carbon Literacy course

YORKSHIRE Water has collaborated with construction company Galliford Try to become the first company in the industry to run an accredited Carbon Literacy course. The course...