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Energy transition may come from out of this world!

Energy transition may come from out of this world! :The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) along with the European Space Agency (ESA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to team up working on the use of space data to boost the energy transition. The alliance will ensure the 2 agencies work together on the use…
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bp & EnBW present £10bn bid to increase Scottish energy

bp & EnBW present £10bn bid to increase Scottish energy: bp and EnBW put forward a bid for offshore wind in Scotland that may establish the country a worldwide leader within the field as well as boost its energy development. The bid contains a possible £10 billion of funding for a 2.9GW offshore wind farm,…
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It may be possible to stabilise the grid with electric BMWs

It may be possible to stabilise the grid with electric BMWs: The biggest grid conductor in the Netherlands & Germany TenneT has begun a pilot study project to find the possibility of electric vehicles (EVs) in helping out grid stability. Almost 20 BMW i3 EVs were given to private customers as well as an additional…
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Yorkshire upgrades to large scale hydrogen storage

Yorkshire upgrades to large scale hydrogen storage: SSE Thermal & Equinor have now revealed ideas to update their Aldbrough, Yorkshire gas storage site to a hydrogen storage facility. The partners have announced the plant, which is situated on the East Yorkshire coast, could begin operations as early as 2028. The facility is made up of…
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Britain is set to meet 78% emissions reduction 2035 goal

Britain is set to meet 78% emissions reduction 2035 goal: Britain may obtain its 78% emissions reduction goal by 2035. That’s claimed by 2 out of the 4 new National Grid ESO’s Future Energy Scenarios (FES). The electricity system operator’s modelling additionally implies that the country is set to attain net zero by 2050 or…
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Cornwall is beginning to boil

Cornwall is beginning to boil A power plant that is located United Down Industrial Estate in Cornwall has rcently delivered what is being claimed as the UK’s very first geothermal steam using 175°C water which was extracted from 5.1 kilometres underground. This will be converted and hopefully be turned into approximately 3MWe of power which…
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The new center of EVs for the UK could be in Sunderland

The new center of EVs for the UK could be in Sunderland Nissan has recently revealed they will become home to a brand new £1 billion gigafactory. The new project, which has been described as transformational for the region, has recently been launched with a huge investment from Nissan and Envision AESC. The new plant…
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IRENA Price of renewable energy cheaper than fossil fuels

IRENA Price of renewable energy cheaper than fossil fuels: Almost 62% of whole renewable power generation that was added last year had reduced prices compared to the lowest new fossil fuel choices. A fresh paper by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) implies that prices of renewable energy technologies carried on falling  year-on-year in 2020…
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Huge cuts to CO2 emissions for Bank of England

Huge cuts to CO2 emissions for Bank of England The Bank of England has recently released its climate-related financial disclosure for this business year, reporting that it has reduced its carbon dioxide emissions by half through 2020/21. This huge cut to its carbon footprint covers emissions from its operations, including the energy that gets used…
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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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