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What did Her Majesty do for renewables this week?

The development of renewable energy takes place in what seems like an ever-changing landscape. Perhaps that shouldn’t be a surprise for a still burgeoning sector that has huge growth potential, but what difference does it make to now have a majority government? 322 more words


Amsterdam to make all its buses electric

Recently we updated you on Bristol’s Poo Bus; a bus which is fueled only by sewage and inedible food waste.  Now Amsterdam has gone a step further in making their transport greener.  245 more words

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New solar farm proposed for Rock Farm on the outskirts of Ludlow

A third solar farm is being planned close to Ludlow.

Global Renewable Construction Limited has applied for a screening option for a solar farm in Ludford parish ( 71 more words


Solar panels at Apple Mesa, Arizona plant catch fire

The Daily Caller reports solar panels on Apple’s Mesa, Arizona plant caught fire on Tuesday. Citing a report by Arizona’s ABC 15 News, the solar panels that caught fire were located on the top of the building’s loading dock. 145 more words

The quiet war on coal and which side is winning

Our ability to live comfortably with cheap, reliable energy is in jeopardy. With all of the controversy that surrounded the Keystone pipeline, environmentalists have been quietly lobbying and conducting other efforts to shut down the nation’s coal industry. 565 more words

Here's One Way the Developing World Totally Has America Beat

It’s poised to lead the world on clean energy investment.

China is by far the world’s biggest investor in clean energy technologies like solar and wind. 587 more words

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Aquatera's bright new talent in running for awards

Two members of the team at Orkney based energy and environmental consultancy Aquatera are in the running for prestigious national renewables awards.

Gotzon Garcia and Jamie Pratt have both been shortlisted as finalists in the inaugural… 479 more words

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