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Worldwide Wind Capacity to grow to 500GW in 2016 13th October, 2016

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Global wind capacity is expected to reach 500GW by the end of the year according to recent reports. Wind power capacity across the globe is expected to rise to 500GW by the end of 2016, according to a report released […]

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FIFA Join Green Initiative 15th September, 2016

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FIFA have become the first international sports organisation to join a UN green initiative and have set themselves targets for the 2018 World Cup. FIFA have joined a United Nations (UN) climate change initiative, becoming the first international sports organisation […]

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New Green Addition at Newcastle United 4th August, 2016

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Newcastle United Football Club have completed the installation of a new combined heat and power (CHP) system at its St James’s Park stadium. A new 185KWh combined heat and power plant has been installed at St James’s Park, home of […]

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Aberdeen windfarm receives £300m funding 25th July, 2016

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The largest wind testing and demonstration site in Scotland will receive over £300m in funding from Swedish firm, Vattenfall. A 92.4MW windfarm in Aberdeen, the largest offshore array in Scotland will receive over £300m in funding following an agreement between […]

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Siemens launch New 8MW Wind Turbines 6th July, 2016

Siemens 8MW offshore wind turbine

Siemens have unveiled their new 8MW offshore wind turbines, capable of delivering 10% higher output than previous models. German engineering giants, Siemens have officially unveiled their latest wind turbines which will deliver a 10% increase in annual energy production, in […]

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AD Plants to be fuelled by Chicken Litter 21st June, 2016

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An anaerobic digestion (AD) project in Northern Ireland will be the first to be powered exclusively by chicken litter. An anaerobic digestion facility in Northern Ireland has secured funding, making use of its farm surroundings by solely using waste produced […]

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Marks & Spencer announce 39% drop in energy consumption 14th June, 2016

M&S has announced a significant drop in its energy and water use following the launch of its sustainability programme. UK retail giants, Marks & Spencer has revealed that its sustainability programme has made “good progress”, with a significant reduction in […]

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Carbon Trust Launch Green Energy Fund 25th April, 2016

Carbon Trust launch green energy fund

The Carbon Trust has launched a £7m Green Energy Fund to help UK businesses cut their energy bills. The new £7m fund has been launched by the Carbon Trust to offer financial support to smaller UK businesses with the aim […]

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