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90% OF SCOTLAND’S POWER DEMAND COVERED BY RENEWABLES, ‘MORE CAPACITY COMING’

As of March 2020, 90% of the electricity in Scotland is generated through renewable sources. This is after a 14% increase from the year-on-year numbers. This is an impressive figure- but that is not all. Scotland also has a target to get to 100% within this year, and that may just happen. Scotland’s target to …

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NEW YLEM ENERGY PLANT COMES ONLINE

Ylem Energy Ltd. recently announced the commencement of operations at its new energy generation plant. This energy plant from the UK’s leading company in the sector of flexible energy would be operating on their latest natural-gas fueled generation technologies. Ylem Energy has been in the sector since 1990. In its 25 years of operation, it …

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TOTAL UNVEILS NEW CELTIC SEA FLOATING WIND PROJECT

Total, in partnership with Simple Blue Energy, has begun the development of its new floating offshore wind initiative. This would be situated in the Celtic Sea’s Welsh waters. A stepping-stone towards the future As per Sam Roch-Perks, the Managing  Director for Simply Blue Energy, the agreement with total is the first of stepping stone projects …

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GOVERNMENT CHANGES STANCE, REINVIGORATING THE UK RENEWABLES SECTOR

The UK’s onshore solar and wind energy sectors are given a renewed hope with the government rethinking its support for renewable energy, which will help achieve the ambitious and legally-binding 2050 net-zero carbon emission goals.   The government will be allowing onshore projects for wind and solar PV to compete for the Contracts for Difference …

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CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON BLUE STAR WAVE ENERGY CONVERTER

The construction of Mocean Energy’s Blue Star Wave Energy converter has commenced, scheduled to be tested in Orkney in the latter half of this year. This energy converter would be used for the powering of vehicles underwater as part of a pathbreaking on-field trial. Mocean Energy, based in Edinburgh, had received funding over £3.3 million …

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WHAT’S BEHIND THE SLUMP IN THE WORLD’S GAS MARKETS?

The world has recently experienced a sharp decline in oil prices following a demand disturbance prompted by the Chinese coronavirus outbreak. This issue has caused the benchmark Brent crude to fall 20% at a certain point this February. On the other hand, oil prices are slowly starting to stabilise with a 10% increase from its …

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OPUS ENERGY ANNOUNCED NEW 100% RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY TARIFF IN UK

Opus Energy UK recently announced its latest offering Opus Advance, the 100% clean tariff in electricity that will benefit small- to medium-sized businesses or SMEs. It will be provided as a standard for both old and new customers. Opus has indicated that all renewable electricity supplied to their customers under the new tariff will come …

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THE SAD STATE OF UK RECYCLING KNOWLEDGE, AND WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT

Various reports concerning the UK’s waste management efforts have given insight into the nation’s approach and habits regarding garbage disposal and recycling. More than half of UK adults involved in the YouGov survey have admitted to having no knowledge about plastic recycling. Over a third of respondents don’t know the difference between paper and plastic …

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