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Merchant onshore wind won’t result in mass capacity

Merchant onshore wind won’t result in mass capacity: Complete merchant onshore wind is not practical to most investors & will not result in mass capacity, as claimed by a report from Cornwall Insight. Merchant wind power is the point where electricity is created from turbines that have been set up on brownfield sites. The wind…
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REA-Extra government steps needed to reach net zero

REA-Extra government steps needed to reach net zero: Even though improvement has been done in the decarbonisation of UK energy, net zero goals risk not being attained because of ‘gaps in policy & investment’. That’s the ruling coming from the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA), it believes that regardless of clean power…
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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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Try electric then GO ELECTRIC

Try electric then GO ELECTRIC A brand new £2.3 million scheme has been put in place in Coventry, that will allow businesses to try electric vehicles (EVs) for a period of up to two month for free, to hopefully encourage them to make the change. The new initiative, which is part of a partnership between…
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High wholesale prices & negative pricing expected to grow

High wholesale prices & negative pricing expected to grow: Research from Cornwall Insight’s Benchmark Power Curve, which forecasts the power market to 2045 under different net zero scenarios, highlights volatility in the wholesale power market is set to increase. Its central case scenario predicts that the standard deviation of hourly wholesale prices could reach £41.8/MWh…
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£120m UK strategy started for Zero-emission buses

£120m UK strategy started for Zero-emission buses: The government has initiated a £120 million scheme today in order to back the rollout of zero-emission buses throughout the UK. The financing is being made accessible by way of the Zero Emissions Buses Regional Area (ZEBRA) scheme and is expected to provide as much as 500 green…
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China produced over half of the globe’s coal-fired electricity

China produced over half of the globe’s coal-fired electricity: In the year when coal generation had its steepest fall on record worldwide. China was accountable for around 53% of the world’s coal-fired electricity in 2020. This is claimed by a new report by the energy & climate research group Ember, that believes China’s coal generation…
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Uber gives Londoners the opportunity to reserve EVs

Uber gives Londoners the opportunity to reserve EVs: From today and for the first time in the UK, Londoners who use the Uber app can book a fully electric vehicle (EV). The ride-sharing app Business reported that a trip using the ‘Uber Green’ option will stay the same price as an UberX. Drivers in EVs…
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Working experts in government to run clean hydrogen plan

Working experts in government to run clean hydrogen plan: A new hydrogen working group that aspires to manage the clean hydrogen plan inside government has been initiated by the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA). The ‘Green Gas forum’ has taken the place of the long-conventional ‘Biogas forum’ to reveal the significance of…
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Scotland to start 1st lorry biomethane refuelling station

Scotland to start 1st lorry biomethane refuelling station: Lorries & additional heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) will very soon have the ability to fill up with greener fuel at what is declared to be Scotland’s 1st renewable biomethane refuelling station. Renewable biomethane is reported to be the lowest carbon & most affordable alternative to diesel fuel…
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