48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages

48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages

48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages: Renewables projects labelled as “scoping” currently represents 50% or 48.9GW of the total viable pipeline capacity*, according to the latest analysis from Cornwall Insight. Of this 48.9GW “scoping” total, 38.6GW is from offshore wind, 5.0GW from battery projects, 3.0GW from onshore wind and 1.5GW from solar…
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Welsh Government vow greener new plans

Welsh Government vow greener new plans: The Welsh Government has revealed enterprising new plans to guarantee a “stronger, greener and fairer” Wales, placing climate change & environment at the heart of the new government. It has built a “super-Ministry”, joining the big policy sections to help Wales attain its legally binding goal of net zero…
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UK’s greenest waste tire recycling plant

UK’s greenest waste tire recycling plant The Norwegian startup Wastefront AS has begun recently investing in the UK with the construction of the UK’s greenest waste tire recycling plant which will be located in the Port of Sunderland. This has came merely a few days after his appointment where the company’s new Chief Executive Officer,…
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New rocket testing facility launched as cheaper & greener

New rocket testing facility launched as cheaper & greener: A new top-of-the-line UK facility for greener & cheaper rocket testing – one of just 3 of its kind worldwide – has been officially revealed. The National Space Propulsion Test Facility (NSPTF), which was rewarded £4 million in support from the UK Space Agency, is located…
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Rockets can go green and they will

Rockets can go green and they will A reported “gold standard” national facility in the aim for greener and cheaper rocket testing – one of only three currently being used on the planet – has recently been unveiled in the UK. The National Space Propulsion Test Facility (NSPTF), which received funding of a reported £4…
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Electric ferry to link UK & France travel in 40 minutes

Electric ferry to link UK & France travel in 40 minutes: A new battery powered craft explained as a ‘flying ferry’ may make trips through the English Channel in under an hour. Brittany Ferries, which is the shipping company, has reported plans to investigate the possibility of a new high-speed fully-electric mode of ferry travel…
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UK experts to assist Sri Lanka with marine pollution skill

UK experts to assist Sri Lanka with marine pollution skill: The UK Government is supplying marine pollution knowledge to assist in response to the possibly devastating effect on marine life & coastal habitats of Sri Lanka after an environmental disaster last month. The X-Press Pearl cargo vessel transporting chemicals caught on fire off the coast…
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Aberdeen’s Energy Transition Zone recieves £26m support

Aberdeen’s Energy Transition Zone recieves £26m support: The Scottish Government is supplying over £26 million to an important initiative in Aberdeen, Scotland, to help expedite the energy sector conversion to net zero emissions. The Energy Transition Zone, that will be situated close to Aberdeen’s new £350 million south harbour development, is anticipated to back 2,500…
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Europe’s roads will see almost 84m EVs by 2030

Europe’s roads will see almost 84m EVs by 2030: An approximated 84 million electric vehicles (EVs) are expected to be moving along European streets by 2030. This would be an increase from the current 3 million fully electric or plug-in hybrid cars & light commercial vehicles travelling the continent’s roadways. That’s on the authority of…
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Solar sector expected to double but it needs to triple

Solar sector expected to double but it needs to triple The UK’s solar sector is expected to double in size by 2030 – however, to meet targets for net zero it is needed to triple, says Solar Energy UK. Solar Energy UK claims that 40GW of solar capacity needs to be in place by 2030…
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