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Oxfordshire a hotbed for community energy 23rd October, 2014

community energy projects

Oxfordshire has established itself as a hotbed for investors in community energy projects. According to recent reports, Oxfordshire has become a hotbed for investors who are willing to put their money into community energy projects. The Make Money Do Good […]

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Wind power makes big contribution 21st October, 2014

wind power

Wind power performing well following a halt in nuclear and gas generation over the weekend. A weekend of strong gales saw wind power make a large contribution to electricity supply in the UK. This increase in wind generation was welcomed […]

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Portsmouth Solar farm sets green precedent 16th October, 2014

solar farm sets green standards

A Portsmouth solar farm is hoping to set the ‘green standards’ for future solar energy projects. A new 48MW solar farm in Portsmouth will feature a range of carbon cutting, eco-friendly measures and hopes to set a precedent for new […]

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Port unveils twin wind turbine plans 15th October, 2014

wind turbines planned for shoreham port

A port in West Sussex has unveiled plans for a pair of new wind turbines to generate on-site renewable energy. Shoreham Port in Southwick, West Sussex has revealed plans to construct two 100KW wind turbines alongside its other buildings. The […]

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Yorkshire brewery goes solar 14th October, 2014

john smith's brewery goes solar

A North Yorkshire brewery has installed solar panels to improve the sustainability of its operations. John Smith’s brewery in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire has completed the installation of a new solar array to help lower the carbon footprint of its operations. […]

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Sussex bowls club makes solar switch 13th October, 2014

solar powered bowling green

A bowls club in Newhaven, Sussex plans to slash its energy bills by making the switch to solar power. A Sussex bowls club is to reduce its carbon footprint and save money with a new solar array which will also […]

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Marine energy fund launched for Cornwall 9th October, 2014

marine energy

A new £1.85m marine energy fund has been launched in Cornwall to help boost local businesses working within the sector. Cornish businesses working in the marine energy technology sector could be eligible to for a slice of the new £1.85m […]

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Gloucestershire garden centre turns to solar power 8th October, 2014

solar array

A Gloucestershire garden centre has installed a new solar array in order to reduce the carbon emissions of the business. In a new green initiative a family-owned garden centre in Gloucestershire has installed over 100 solar panels with the aim […]

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