Monday, February 24, 2020

Construction begins on the world’s largest offshore wind farm

CONSTRUCTION on the world’s largest offshore wind farm has begun near the coastal village of Ulrome at East Riding in Yorkshire. Dogger Bank Wind Farms,...

79 retirement homes get modern heating in fuel poverty scheme

OVER half-a-million pounds is being invested to connect 79 retirement homes in Burnley to the gas grid and provide modern, efficient heating systems at...

Recycling solutions sought for hygiene products in Wales

CLEAN, Green, Future for Wales project seeks help in developing treatment and recycling solutions to items such as disposable nappies. The ‘Dyfodol Gwyrdd Glân’ ‘Clean...

Nottingham declares Climate and Ecological Emergency and unveils carbon neutrality plan

NEW decade begins with Nottingham City Council declaring a climate emergency and urging others to help it meet its ambitious target to be carbon...

Network Rail collaborates with Energy Innovation Centre to optimise its UK rail network

ENERGY Innovation Centre has announced a new collaboration with Network Rail which will see it support the rail company in continuing to deliver reliable and...

£21m awarded for air quality improvements in Cardiff

ENVIRONMENT Minister, Lesley Griffiths has awarded Cardiff Council £21m to implement a series of measures to improve air quality after she approved its revised...

River pollution from roads in London highlighted in new study

POLLUTION from the surface of London’s roads is posing a significant risk to rivers in the capital, a pioneering new study has found. Funded by...

£3.6m awarded to sustainable hot water tank development

Mixergy, an Oxford University cleantech spin-out company, has raised £3.6m in Series A financing to fuel its next stage of growth in developing innovative...

Is the key to energy transition locked in ice under the sea?

A STUDY led by the University of Southampton has mapped several sites in Europe containing gas hydrate, a relatively clean fuel which could help...

£1m investment in street lighting in Kent

WORK is expected to start soon on upgrading street lighting across the Ashford borough in Kent, in an investment likely to cost up to...

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