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Energy Institute responds to UK White Paper

The document outlines future ideas for energy including renewables

Gavilan College invests in a combined solar and storage project

It's expected to save the college $12.5 million in energy costs over 30 years

Greener power for appliance manufacturer

Ohio factory to get three wind turbines to provide 70% of power

Sustainable growth in Uruguay

Biogas plant expansion fuels milk powder maker

Solar power project starts in the Netherlands

Ground is broken on the first utility-scale facility in Stadskanaal

Grid integration amps up

Boris Sedacca reveals how distributed generation alleviates electricity demand spikes

Welsh windfarm maintenance contract announced

Gwynt y Môr consists of 160 turbines that generate enough energy for more than 400,000 homes

LPG spike gives BioSNG a boost

The world’s first commercial BioSNG plant is set to process 10,000 tonnes of waste per year

New rubber membrane for Wetfeet

Trelleborg’s engineered products operation has supplied a bespoke rubber membrane to the €3.46 million, three-year project

Low acoustic noise modular 700 to 1200W power supplies have BF ready isolation

Suitable for BF rated medical equipment, test and measurement, broadcast, communications, renewable energy

Better met mast monitoring

Dulas has launched a wind farm meteorological (met) mast data verification and testing service

Sound idea for hydropower plants

Unmanned hydropower plants will get first-hand remote support, thanks to a new innovation: sound-based monitoring

Energy harvesting: gathering momentum

Louise Smyth meets the inventors of an innovative motion-to-energy technology that could shake up the renewable energy sector

Renewable repairs

Polymeric solutions maintain green energy progress, explains Thomas Belli

Solar power: bright forecast

SCADA helps prove viability of thermodynamic solar power

Steps to the smart grid

Adrian Kimberley discusses the changing methods of energy generation and the infrastructure investments required to successfully implement these technologies

Stable outlook for UK sector

Duncan Biggins reveals why voltage stabilisation is the key technology for tomorrow's renewably powered UK

Natural selection

Germany’s largest system odorises up to one million cubic metres of natural gas per hour, proving that it’s a safe, economical and viable option

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