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How is Coronavirus affecting business?

How is Coronavirus affecting businesses? Coronavirus, the respiratory illness that started in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has started to slow down in its origin country, but doesn’t look to slow down in the rest of its growth worldwide.  As of 9am on the 10 March 2020, there are 373 cases of COVID-19 in the […]
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Energy companies trial new smart meter

Energy Companies Trial New Smart Meter Two UK energy companies have just completed their government-funded long-term trials of a more efficient and user-friendly type of smart meter.  Bristol Energy and Baxi Heating have both developed a new meter, with the help of the Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), where heat is measured […]
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Renewable Energy: Why is Denmark so good?

Renewable Energy: Why is Denmark so good? Denmark is arguably the most innovative and productive country in the world when it comes to wind energy. To prove this, the Environmental Report for Danish electricity and CHP report of 2018 revealed that the total electricity generation from renewable energy sources in the country was 21,043 GWh […]
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US tops global waste charts

US tops global waste charts The world produces over two billion tonnes of solid waste every year, which is at least 3.5 million tons of waste a day, 10 times the amount we produced century ago, according to World Bank researchers. The U.S. is at the top of this list, producing a world-record 250 million […]
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Renewable energy is finally the same price as fossil fuels

Renewable energy is finally the same price as fossil fuels The cost of renewable energy has dropped steadily over the last year, to the point where the majority of green energy sources are now competitive with fossil fuels, including oil, coal and gas-fired power plants, according to new data released recently. Hydroelectric power is currently […]
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Green energy: are we spending enough on it?

Are we spending enough on green energy? The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference was one that has been forgotten for some. Then-UK prime minister David Cameron made a pledge to put more of a focus on green energy. In his own words: “Our grandchildren would rightly ask us: what was so difficult? You had […]
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Plasticircle: The EU’s Next Big Thing?

Plasticircle: The EU’s next big thing? The European Commission is funding a hugely ambitious project in plastic waste management, by bringing in plans to develop the EU into a completely circular economy in the future. PlastiCircle is the project’s name, and it is setting out to improve waste collection, transport, sorting and recycling. Spain, the […]
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30% wind? The UK’s ambitious new energy deal

A brand-new government deal with industry could see almost a third of British electricity coming from offshore wind farms by 2030. If implemented well, officials have explained that the plan could see more electricity being generated by renewable sources than fossil fuels- for the first time in UK history! 70 per cent will be coming […]
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What happened to the new energy price cap?

What happened to the new energy price cap? Around fifteen million households will see an average £117 hike in energy bills, starting from April, with regulator Ofgem announcing an increase in its price cap on its default tariffs. This has been blamed on higher wholesale gas and electricity costs, with the cap for a typical […]
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