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The independent renewables sector has a crucial role to play in delivering the unprecedented levels of investment in low-carbon generation that the UK needs to meet our targets to reduce carbon emissions. Role of Independents In the renewable sector, independent … Continue reading
There has been a lot of media coverage recently on whether biomass electrcity delivers greenhouse gas savings. Certain NGOs recently claimed that biomass is dirtier than coal and that we fail to a fully account for the carbon emissions in … Continue reading
More and more people are now using their smartphones for every aspect for their lives. They help make our lives easier, they organise us , they entertain us but can they make us more efficient? Well the answer is of … Continue reading
It’s Party Conference season again, and this year there is extra significance for Government action on UK’s carbon emissions
Smart gas and electricity meters will play a key role in bringing our energy management into the 21st century. They will bring benefits for consumers, giving us more control over how we use our energy at home and at work, … Continue reading
Nothing generates column inches these days like discussion about the costs of our future energy mix. And rightly so. Our ageing fleet of power stations, our increasing reliance on imported fossil fuels and the need for us to reduce carbon … Continue reading
There has been much discussion recently about the feed in tariff system of supporting renewable energy in the UK. For those who aren’t aware, feed in tariffs are a way of supporting renewable energy in the UK. They are used … Continue reading