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Liverpool Bay wind farm to be expanded 24th April, 2014

offshore wind farm

The Burbo Bank offshore wind farm in Liverpool Bay is set to be expanded after receiving approval from the government. This expansion will see the wind farm increase by around four times in size and is one of the 5 […]

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Five offshore energy projects approved for subsidy 23rd April, 2014

offshore renewable energy

Five new offshore renewable energy projects have been approved to receive CfD subsidy. Five offshore renewable energy projects have qualified for the Government’s ‘contracts for difference’ (CfD) subsidy scheme and are amongst the first eight initiatives to receive this backing. […]

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UK solar market to become the Europe’s largest in 2014 22nd April, 2014

UK solar report

The Solar PV market in the United Kingdom is set to be the most lucrative in Europe this year, Solar Power Portal reports. Traditionally countries in mainland Europe have held the top spot in the solar market rankings, with Germany […]

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Wind turbines planned for Glasgow 17th April, 2014

wind turbines

A number of wind turbines are set to be built in Glasgow as officials looks to reduce the city’s annual energy bill. Glasgow City Council are planning to build nine new wind turbines across the city to help slash Glasgow’s […]

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Plans for Somerset tidal lagoon unveiled 16th April, 2014

tidal energy

A proposal for a tidal energy lagoon has been revealed which will be located in West Somerset. A tidal energy lagoon which is to be situated between Minehead and West Quantoxhead were announced yesterday at a tidal power conference which […]

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Wales opens its first Biomass AD plant 15th April, 2014

biomass AD facility

The first food waste anaerobic digestion plant has been opened in Wales as the nation looks to grow its biomass energy portfolio. The new Prosiect GwyriAD biomass plant has officially opened and has become the first anaerobic digestion plant in […]

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Plymouth golf club to install wind turbine 14th April, 2014

wind turbine

Boringdon Park Golf Club is planning on installing a 77m-tall wind turbine which will slash energy bills by 80%. The golf club’s owner, Michael Davey claims the project will help reduce the businesses’ 5-figure electricity bill by 80% with any […]

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Printing firm installs solar panels to reduce energy costs 11th April, 2014

solar installation

A printing firm in Bury St Edmunds has installed solar panels to lower its annual energy bill. Denny Bros, a specialist printing company based in Bury St Edmunds has invested in solar energy in order to reduce its electricity bills […]

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