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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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Historic buildings could assist in UK’s net zero aims

Historic buildings could assist in UK’s net zero aims Historic buildings located around the country could assist in the UK’s fight against climate change, according to new research The study was commissioned by property business Grosvenor, this study estimates that ensuring historic buildings are more energy efficient they have the potential to generate carbon savings…
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WindEurope call for ban on wind turbine blades as landfill

WindEurope call for ban on wind turbine blades as landfill The wind industry has called for all countries in Europe to place a ban on landfilling wind turbine blades by 2025. Industry organisation WindEurope is exremely committed to reusing, recycling, and/or recovering 100% of the decommissioned wind turbine blades. At the moment, the recycling of…
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Spider web plastic comes on the market.

Spider web plastic comes on the market. The rapid increase of plastic waste in past years has got the scientists’ spider-sense tingling. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have finished developments on a polymer film which has the ability to mimic spider silk properties and has the potential to replace all the single-use plastics in…
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PM installs first solar panel at first utility scale energy park.

PM installs first solar panel at first utility scale energy park. Merely a few hours prior to the official start of the G7 taking place in Cornwall, Britain’s prime minister, Boris Johnson visited the UK’s first utility-scale energy park to assist the instillation of the very first solar panel. ScottishPower Renewables are currently developing the…
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Scotland’s largest offshore wind project begins to supply

Scotland’s largest offshore wind project begins to supply Scotland’s largest offshore wind project, Moray East wind farm, has begun supplying power across the grid. However, work is still yet to be done on the 950 MW windfarm, because not all of the 100 turbines had the ability to supply electric to the grid via it’s…
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New project for methane emissions data collection

New project for methane emissions data collection The IEF (International Energy Forum) have gone forth with the launch of a new intiative that aims to reduce methane emissions from the energy industry and help fight climate change. The MMMP (Methane Measurement Methodology Project) will help to develop a method of measuring methane emissions in the…
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Putting your mail on charge

Have you ever thought about the carbon footprinnt being left by the delivery of your mail. The Royal Mail is going to change all of that. The Royal Mail have recently announced that they are going to make an addition of 3,000 (EV’s) electric vehicles to its fleet. This means that that they are adding…
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The UK has launched environment education packs for future green leaders

The UK has launched environment education packs for future green leaders Environment education packs have been launched to engage more students on the fight against climate change and engage students in conversations about tackling climate change. This launch in schools as gone ahead, prior to the UK hosting the COP26 climate summit this year. The…
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Where to put the UK’s prototype fusion plant

Where to put the UK’s prototype fusion plant The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) recently released a list of various cites throughout the country that will be considered to be the destination of a prototype fusion plant. Experts in the field believe that fusion now has the potential to offer a large amount of low…
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