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Hydrogen storage could help meet UK's future energy demands

Storing hydrogen deep underground in salt caverns and converting it into a reliable, affordable, flexible power source could help meet the UK’s future peak energy and load following demands, according to a new report p

Hydrogen storage could help meet UK's future energy demands
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Renewable energy can help to "climate-proof" the power grid
(Mon 18/05)
Electricity generation and distribution infrastructure in the Western United States must be "climate-proofed" to diminish the risk of future power shortages, according to new research by the Arizona State University.... Read more

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3 reasons why renewable energy is so important to the power industry
(Thu 14/05)
Renewable energy is a critical part of reducing global carbon emissions and the pace of investment has greatly increased as the cost of technologies fall and efficiency continues to rise... Read more

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How renewables and energy storage is powering education in rural Africa
(Wed 13/05)
S&C Electric Europe has brought power to two primary schools in rural Zambia by combining solar with energy storage technology. ... Read more

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Research reveals climate change deniers have fewer friends on Facebook
(Tue 12/05)
A survey of Facebook users has found subscribers who believe in climate change are connected to more friends than those who don’t believe in a warming world.... Read more



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Hydrogen storage could help meet UK's future energy demands
(Wed 20/05)
Storing hydrogen deep underground in salt caverns and converting it into a reliable, affordable, flexible power source could help meet the UK’s future peak energy and load following demands, according to a new report p

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Renewable energy can help to "climate-proof" the power grid
(Mon 18/05)
Electricity generation and distribution infrastructure in the Western United States must be "climate-proofed" to diminish the risk of future power shortages, according to new research by the Arizona State University.

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3 reasons why renewable energy is so important to the power industry
(Thu 14/05)
Renewable energy is a critical part of reducing global carbon emissions and the pace of investment has greatly increased as the cost of technologies fall and efficiency continues to rise

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How renewables and energy storage is powering education in rural Africa
(Wed 13/05)
S&C Electric Europe has brought power to two primary schools in rural Zambia by combining solar with energy storage technology.

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Research reveals climate change deniers have fewer friends on Facebook
(Tue 12/05)
A survey of Facebook users has found subscribers who believe in climate change are connected to more friends than those who don’t believe in a warming world.

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Study reveals huge environmental impact of consumer products
(Tue 12/05)
A new study estimates for the first time how much land and water well-known brands such as Apple, Kraft and Gap use in a year, and what’s needed to manufacture some of the products they sell.

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"Vampire" energy drain of household devices wastes $19 billion each year
(Sat 09/05)
Around $19 billion worth of electricity, equal to the output of 50 large power plants, is consumed annually by US household electronics, appliances, and other equipment when consumers are not actively using them, accordi

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Latest data shows Europe is still struggling to tackle ozone pollution
(Thu 07/05)
Ground-level ozone air pollution continued to affect many countries across Europe during the summer of 2014, according to new statistics published by the European Environment Agency (EEA).

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Gas-fired power plants feel the price pinch from low energy prices
(Tue 05/05)
Britain’s gas-fired power plants are beginning to feel the squeeze of low profit margins as analysis revealed the nation’s first quarter fuel mix was powered by record levels of output from wind farms.

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Industry calls for cross-party support on sustainability issues
(Thu 30/04)
Industry professionals want to see environment and sustainability issues removed from party politics during the next parliament. Instead, critical issues should have cross-party support to resolve issues and developing n

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Can China sustain recent progress on pollution reductions?
(Wed 29/04)
China, the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases, is claiming it significantly slowed both carbon dioxide releases and coal consumption in 2014. If confirmed and sustained, that trend could galvanize other countr

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Calculating the carbon cost of using wood to build or for energy
(Wed 29/04)
Wood is becoming an increasingly popular raw material - and not just in the construction sector. More and more private households and municipal authorities are also using wood for heating. All of which is driving competi

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"Megacity metabolism" study of resource use in cities around the world
(Tue 28/04)
The first comprehensive survey of the resources used and removed in each of the world’s 27 largest metropolitan areas has found New York is an energy hog, London and Paris use relatively fewer resources, Moscow boasts

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Pakistan tops emerging markets for eco-friendly homes
(Tue 28/04)
Pakistan leads the emerging markets for eco-friendly and energy efficient homes, new research from property portal Lamudi shows. The country has topped Lamudi’s eco-friendly real estate ranking for the second year in a

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Value of the ocean's assets matches world's leading economies
(Thu 23/04)
The value of the ocean’s riches rivals the size of the world’s leading economies, but its resources are under threat and rapidly eroding, according to a report released by WWF today.