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Offshore wind drone port gets £26.5m of funding

Offshore wind drone port gets £26.5m of funding; Angus on the East Coast of Scotland has secured a share of £26.5 million government low carbon funding for the development of a ‘world class’ drone port that could see drones flying in the air to support offshore wind developments. AimIng to provide businesses with viable cases,…
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Generation is changing, does the power market need to?

Generation is changing, does the power market need to? The decarbonisation of the power sector is accelerating through the rapid expansion of low marginal cost renewable generation. As a result, the current electricity market design and the marginal price-based determination of the price of power risk acting as an ever-growing barrier to investment needed to…
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BEV sales soar by 184% in worst September for 20 years

BEV sales soar by 184% in worst September for 20 years: Compared to last year battery electric vehicle (BEV) sales soared by 184% in ‘new plate September’, while total registrations for new cars dropped 4.4% in the ‘weakest ever’ month of its kind. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) shows in their latest…
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Honda to leave F1 for environmental initiatives

Honda to leave F1 for environmental initiatives: Plans to leave the Formula One World Championshiphave been announced by Honda so they can pursue environmental initiatives and do research on carbon-free technologies. It will end its participation in the international sports event as a power unit supplier at the end of the 2021 season says the…
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Fully electric emergency ambulance to save on emissions

Fully electric emergency ambulance to save on emissions: What claims to be the ‘UK’s first’ fully electric emergency ambulance has been unveiled by West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS). Vehicle conversion specialist VCS and WMAS worked to develop the e-ambulance, which is powered by lithium-ion batteries fitted in the underside of the ambulance floor pan and…
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First hydrogen-powered train starts trials today

First hydrogen-powered train starts trials today: The UK mainline will see the first-ever hydrogen-powered train on its track today. The HydroFLEX train trial today follows development work of almost two years and investment by both Porterbrook and the University of Birmingham of more than £1 million. The Department for Transport (DfT) also supported the project…
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