Category Archives: Renewable Energy

Renewables’ training network set up to tackle green skills shortage

RenewableUK, Britain’s largest renewable energy trade association, has announced the creation of a new organisation, the Renewables Training Network (RTN), which will address critical skills shortages within the renewable energy industry. Businesses in the renewables sector have pledged the equivalent of £600,000 … Continue reading

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Blackfriars station to host London’s largest solar array

The Guardian Newspaper report the following: Work on the world’s largest solar bridge formally begins today as the first of more than 4,400 solar panels are installed above the new Blackfriars station platform. The historic London site is undergoing a … Continue reading

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Community renewable energy project

I read with interest an article on www.clickgreen.org.uk about a community project in Ruswarp, Yorkshire that aims to raise enough money to produce an Archimedes screw turbine in the river Esk. The locals have contributed more than £50,000 to the project … Continue reading

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Roof-top solar panels boost building insulation by more than a third

According to the fantastic ClickGreen website, Scientists have discovered roof-top solar panels are not just providing clean power but are also keeping houses cool in the summer and warm in the winter. In a study in an upcoming issue of … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy League

I saw some interesting news on www.ClickGreen.org.uk during the week, detailing the current Renewable Energy League. This league is more correctly known as Ernst & Young’s quarterly global “Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices”. The article talks of global events such as … Continue reading

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