Tag: UK

Alicia BullerSeptember 26, 2018
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Global OTEC Resources, a business that aims to bring a new form of renewable energy to tropical resorts, is opening an R&D facility in Cornwall with help from a grant from Marine-i. A team of four will run the office to develop the company’s concept for using ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) especially for ‘off- …

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The Co-op has promised to replace all existing plastic bags with biodegradable alternatives UK-based supermarket chain Co-op has said it will ensure around 60 million plastic carrier bags are removed to allow the crossover for the biodegradable versions. The new bags will be the same strength and size and will remain at 5p. The Co-op has also …

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New funding of more than £100m ($140 m) to develop e-mobility vehicles has been announced by UK PM British prime minister Theresa May told the Zero Emission Vehicle Summit in Birmingham on Tuesday she wanted Britain to be ‘a leader in green technology’. The £106m funding boost will also cover research and development for new …

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A new network of clean energy hubs are planned in the UK to further research and innovation Three ‘Supergen’ centres covering bioenergy, offshore renewables, and energy networks are being launched with £5 million each of government funding. It’s expected that new hubs will involve researchers taken from 19 universities, along with 70 partners from outside …

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UK PM Theresa May pledged on Monday to halve energy usage from new buildings by 2030, in a speech which saw her champion clean growth and the response to climate change as “one of the greatest industrial opportunities of our time”. “Great changes in how we live, how we work, [and] how businesses trade will …

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The UK’s 2025 coal phase-out will be completed without building large gas plants, says WWF study Renewables, storage and more flexible technology will provide enough electricity to keep the UK’s grid stable as coal is wound down, according to a new report. The UK’s planned large-scale gas projects ‘aren’t required’ and the renewable generation will …


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