Wednesday, 27 October 2021
Countryside
Thursday, 21 October 2021
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by Claire Hartry

Share your views and make a difference - volunteer to test an app

Your feedback will help us develop an innovative tool to help upscale perennial energy crops deployment in the UK.
Thursday, 21 October 2021
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by Claire Hartry

Tackling the ‘Moothane’ problem – cutting greenhouse gas from livestock

The methane released by animals such as cows accounts for about 50 percent of agricultural greenhouse gas emissions and represents a major barrier for the farming sector to meet net zero targets.
Tuesday, 19 October 2021
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by Claire Hartry

Energy Crisis 2021 - Higher prices all round?

Energy prices are continuing to rise and this trend has barely reversed throughout the whole of 2021. Whilst it is impossible to say how long the crisis will last, it is certainly fair to say that prices will stay at a sustained high level for some time to come.
Tuesday, 12 October 2021
CHP Engine - natural gas
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by Eirinn Rusbridge

What to Consider – Natural Gas CHP Feasibility

Natural gas Combined Heat and Power (CHP) has long been an attractive option for sites with a combination heat, electricity, and CO2 demand. The systems combine the use of a heat engine or power station to generate electricity and useful heat at the same time.
Thursday, 07 October 2021
wind farm field
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by Claire Hartry

European Energy acquires 85.8MW of renewable assets from Vattenfall

Read our top five energy-related news stories from the last couple of weeks. Energy is always in the news in one way or another, from renewable energy technology advancements and the latest from the ‘big six’ energy suppliers to advancements in energy saving and sustainability.
Tuesday, 05 October 2021
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by Eirinn Rusbridge

What to Consider – Heat Pump Feasibility

Towards the end of the RHI ground source heat pumps rose in popularity bringing cost advantages to economies of scale. Capital costs can still be prohibitive for smaller installations but are expected to decrease as the technology becomes more commonplace.