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Thames Water commit to biomass 26th May, 2015

Drax biomass power plant

Thames Water has signed a £520m deal to purchase biomass energy from the soon to be converted Drax power plant. The Drax power plant which is undergoing a coal-to-biomass conversion will supply utility firm, Thames Water with its electricity following […]

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Cornish marine energy roadmap launched 26th May, 2015

marine energy

A ‘renewables roadmap’ has been launched to help develop marine energy generation projects in Cornwall. The Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) roadmap is specific to the Cornish peninsular region and has been put in place to help commercialise marine energy projects […]

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Football club completes solar installation 21st May, 2015

solar installation completed at Marston Road stadium

Stafford Rangers Football Club has completed the installation of a roof-top solar array to help lower its energy bill. A 50kWp roof-top solar array has been installed on the Marston Road stadium which is home to semi-professional football club, Stafford […]

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Solar the popular choice for Housing Associations 20th May, 2015

housing association solar project

A new report has revealed that solar panels have become the most popular energy efficiency technology for housing associations in the UK. A report by the NHBC Foundation reveals that solar photovoltaics (PV) have become the ‘go-to’ energy saving technology […]

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Plans for Wales’ biggest solar park submitted 19th May, 2015

an existing solar park

Planning applications have been submitted to build the largest solar park in Wales on a former chemical plant at Baglan Bay. Plans have been submitted for the Baglan Bay solar park which would become the largest solar project in Wales, […]

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Work to begin on giant offshore wind farm 18th May, 2015

an existing offshore wind farm

It has been announced that work will get underway on the 400MW Rampion offshore wind farm early next year. The construction of the £1.3bn Rampion offshore wind farm which will be situated 8-miles off the coast of Sussex will begin […]

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Shoreham Port retains eco status 15th May, 2015

Shoreham port retains eco-port status

Shoreham Port has managed to retain its status as an eco-port thanks to its recent solar installation. Shoreham Port in Brighton & Hove has retained its eco-port status for a third consecutive year with the help of a newly-fitted rooftop […]

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Newcastle University launch energy storage facility 13th May, 2015

energy storage

Newcastle University has opened an energy storage test bed, helping the UK establish itself as a market leader. An energy storage test bed has been switched on at Newcastle University which will trial technology such as super-capacitors and high-performance batteries […]

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