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Bringing Renewable Energy to the Third World Can Mean Leap-Frogging Over a Fossil Fuel Infrastructure

A friend of mine called a few days ago asking for advice on the following:  what are the principal reasons that Myanmar might want renewable energy, especially energy that is produced from MSW (municipal solid waste)? 877 more words


Its good to talk - South West visits Croft castle

Things are moving on apace with our Renewable Energy Programme –

  • Plas Newydd Heat Pump system is doing its thing, and performing better than calculated.
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How green is our valley ... going to be

It has admittedly been a long time since we last updated this blog and for our legions of eager fans, we apologise.

Guests and bookings here at Rosebank pretty much disappeared as October arrived and it has been a quiet few months.   473 more words


A matter of Trust

As 2015 gets under way we have just updated our marketing and business plan following a very successful year in which we increased our full time staff as well as our product offering. 451 more words


Duckweed has many uses but brings many problems

That green stuff all over our still waters is probably not algae like most people think. It’s a floating flowering plant without stems called duckweed ( 501 more words


Biomass Use in Burkina Faso

by Monkgogi Bonolo Otlhogile

Burkina Faso is a low-income country with a $1,399 GDP per capita (World Development Indicators, 2014). However, Burkina Faso has one of the highest GDP growth rates in Africa and its GDP has consistently grown by an average of over 7% over the past 10 years. 1,443 more words