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Airborne Drones set to discover locations for tidal energy

Airborne Drones set to discover locations for tidal energy: Soon Scientsts will be able to use drones to discover the best locations for future tidal energy projects. In a new scientific trial to boost the efficiency of renewable energy the drone’s will fly above offshore projects to film the movement of water. This could potentially…
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ENA to offer more transparency and increase accessibility

ENA to offer more transparency and increase accessibility: The standardised flexibility contract has been updated by The Energy Networks Assosication (ENA) across the energy sector to offer more transparency and increase accessibility. For those wishing to provide flexibility services to the network the flexibility procurement contract provides a consistent agreement across the country. As of…
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‘World’s first’ electric vertical motorsport revealed

‘World’s first’ electric vertical motorsport revealed:  The first electric vertical motorsport has been launched by Air Race E. This will create a different type of aircraft, vertical take off and landing aircraft (VTOL) also known as the flying car. This is set to be introduced at the world championship air race as of next year.…
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2020 Centrica’s profits down by 31%

2020 Centrica’s profits down by 31%: In 2020 Centrica saw annual underlying operating profits from it’s operations slump by almost 1/3, reaching an astounding £447 million. It is predicted by the owner of British Gas that significant uncertainties will continue this year, they also report a £362 million loss from continuing operations last year .…
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Peterborough solar park to be built at closed landfill site

Peterborough solar park to be built at closed landfill site: What used to be a landfill site will soon be the home of the new solar park after been given permission from the Peterborough local authority. The new solar park that will consist of 5,800 panels and a battery storage system, was once the Stanground…
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New records broken by global offshore wind investment

New records broken by global offshore wind investment: A new global investment record in offshore wind was set in 2020. A new report that was done by the Renewables Consulting Group (RCG) estimates at almost $30 billion (£21.5bn) was invested in the sector globally last year. This surpassed the previous high of $22 billion (£15.7bn)…
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Electricity emissions dropped 16% in 2020

Electricity emissions dropped 16% in 2020: Carbon emissions coming from UK electricity production dropped by 16% in 2020, mainly as gas & coal power stations were shut off or down because of reduced demand during Covid lockdowns. That’s as claimed by an independent analysis carried out by academics from Imperial College London for Drax Electric…
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Siemens Energy slash 7800 gas & power positions

Siemens Energy slash 7800 gas & power positions: Siemens Energy has reported it will reduce 7,800 jobs globally from its gas & power departments by the close of 2025. The action is part of procedures put in place by the firm to reduce operational costs by at the minimum of €300 million (£264.5m) by 2023.…
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Barclays & HSBC patrons unaware bank’s fossil fuel stake

Barclays & HSBC patrons unaware bank’s fossil fuel stake: Nearly 80% of Barclays & HSBC customers did not know that their bank is investing in fossil fuels. A current survey conducted by ICM Unlimited in support of the environmental campaign group Market Forces, predicts the equivalent of 3 million customers would extremely likely think about…
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Global solar needs to climb in 2021 by 30%

Global solar needs to climb in 2021 by 30%: The global demand for solar installations is set to climb by 30% in 2021 as stated in new reported. That’s as reported by the IHS Markit new report, which advises the sector this year will be seeing a record amount for solar set ups fuelled by…
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