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Yesterday, I gave planning permission for the construction of the first new nuclear power station for a generation. It is planned that Hinkley Point C in Somerset will host two new reactors generating low carbon electricity for up to 5 … Continue reading
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I hope this concept spreads around the world and we also start making more use of smart energy and renewable energy technologies so that we have energy from clean sources to supply to the vehicles.
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Here at Good Energy, our commitment to seeing the UK go 100% renewable by 2050 doesn’t just stop at the electricity that we supply.
Some green news hit the wires this week which – to be honest – didn’t register as much of a surprise here at Green Electricity. The headline? “Electric cars cheaper to run, less polluting” according to a new report by … Continue reading
I read with interest in the Guardian that the UK supermarket chain Sainsburys is planning on installing the electricity generating speed bumps. I gave my view on this previously in my blog post titled Electricity generating speed bumps, but felt … Continue reading