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New data shows Shropshire has a middling record on renewable energy but is top for biodigestion

A year or so before I moved to Shropshire, I drove from Oxfordshire to visit the biodigester on Coder Road. The plant was a work of wonder, new technology that turned food and farm waste into compost, generating gas and electricity in the process. 606 more words


What renewable alternatives are on offer for homeowners?

The amount of Solar power offerings is increasing, prices are dropping and many nations have financial support programs for home owners.
What are the other solutions? 368 more words

Ground Source Heating

Quarter of UK's Energy from Renewables

Good Energy has just reported that renewables (sun, wind and rain-powered) now account for 25% of the UK’s electricity, just 5% behind gas and ahead of both coal and nuclear which account for 23% and 21%. 117 more words


Cooperative catalyst system for the synthesis of oleochemical cyclic carbonates from CO2 and renewables

Green Chem., 2016, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C6GC00671J, Paper

Nils Tenhumberg, Hendrik Buttner, Benjamin Schaffner, Daniela Kruse, Michael Blumenstein, Thomas Werner
Taking Control! The binary catalyst system composed of MoO3 and an organic phoshponium salt X proved very efficient to produce oleochemical cyclic carbonates from renewables. 264 more words

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Where Do the Presidential Candidates Stand on Energy Issues?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator 

As we get deeper into the presidential election season, the current candidates offer very clear and differing views on what is the right energy path for America. 500 more words