Sunday, January 19, 2020

New product to boost National Grid ESO’s response capability

NEW faster-acting frequency response mechanism to be launched early next year allows National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO)’s suite of services to manage the...

The seven reasons why nuclear energy is not the answer to solve climate change

RECENTLY Stanford University professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of their Atmosphere/Energy Program, Mark Z. Jacobson, shared his thoughts on the usage...

Hydrogen trains plan reviewed by Rail Safety and Standards Board

RAIL industry body Rail Safety and Standards Board has appointed Arup Group, an engineering and design company, to develop a ‘route map to enter...

Ireland plans to move to 70% renewable electricity by 2030 with bids for capacity

PLAN to move Ireland to 70% renewable electricity by 2030 has been published by the Irish government. The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment,...

New website shares global electric vehicle-to-grid trials

WORLD'S first online platform showcasing ‘vehicle-to-grid’ technology around the globe has revealed more than 60 projects are now live. A new website called V2G Hub,...

Partnership sees over 1.7 billion bottles returned into economy

SUSTAINABLE fresh food protective packaging company Klöckner Pentaplast and Viridor, recycling and waste management company, have agreed an annual supply of 8,000 tonnes of...

Local Energy Hub project scoops environmental award

ENERGY Hub which focuses on the creation of a local circular energy economy won an environmental award with five other shortlisted companies. The Outer Hebrides...

Water industry launches project to find net zero strategy

WATER companies in England have launched a major project today to design the plan that will help them to achieve net zero carbon emissions...

Renewables are an infrastructure priority for Brits

RENEWABLES are shown to be top of the list of importance for Brits in terms of infrastructure investments, new survey by Ipsos MORI and...

Derbyshire Council gives carbon plan a green light

MEMBERS of Derbyshire County Council have approved a new Carbon Reduction Plan, which details how the council will take action to reduce emissions from...

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