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  • Six of the best and worst countries for solar power policy and progress
    Posted by Michelle Fisher • 21 July 2016
    BY BROOKE NALLY   Though more and more countries are making efforts to switch to renewable energy sources, not everyone is on board with sustainability. The solar industry in particular has bee...
    tags: Solar, Policy, Energy, USA, China, Spain, Germany, Australia, Japan, Power, Feed-in tariff
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  • Electricity is on track for decarbonisation – what about decarbonising heat?
    Posted by Michelle Fisher • 13 July 2016
    BY HELEN TROUP   The proportion of low carbon electricity generation in the UK has risen steeply over the years, such that DEFRA’s conversion factor (a measure of the CO2 in each kWh ener...
    tags: Decarbonization, DECC, Carbon, Energy, Heat
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  • Solar Power: Top 10 Round-Up
    Posted by Michelle Fisher • 06 May 2016
    Solar power continues to thrive globally in the renewable energy market, so we've delved into our past blog posts and features to bring you a selection of some of our top articles focused on solar pow...
    tags: Solar power, Renewable, MENA, Japan, China, Technology, Middle East, North Africa, Developing countries, USA
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  • 5 energy innovations revolutionizing the developing world
    Posted by Michelle Fisher • 06 April 2016
     BY GEORGIA GIFFORD   Global perceptions of renewable energy have been changing gradually as technologies become more advanced, adaptable and innovative. Traditional views in opposition ...
    tags: Solar, Renewable, Energy, Technology, Developing world, Innovation
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  • Why 2016 looks set to be the year the tide turns decisively in favour of fuel cell electric vehicles
    Posted by Steve Barrett • 21 March 2016
    Dr Henri Winand – CEO of Intelligent Energy, UK Dieselgate is catalyst for change There is little doubt that the fallout is continuing to be felt from the revelations of emissions-rigging in t...
    tags: Power generation, Fuel cells, Fuel cell electric vehicles, FCEVs, Hydrogen energy, Clean energy
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  • 2015 Renewable Cities Conference Agenda
    The Renewable Cities Global Learning Forum is set to take place May 13–15 at the award-winning Four Seasons hotel in Vancouver, Canada. The Forum brings together key city and utility staff with the private sector, civil, society and researchers to participate in a solutions-focused dialogue.
  • 2013 Lahmeyer REMIPEG Report: Wind
    Newly installed wind power capacity decreased by nearly 20% in 2013, generating 35.4 GW compared to 45 GW in 2012. In fact, capacities generated in 2013 fell to levels not seen since 2009. REMIPEG research shows it was the first decline in the segment in past 15 years.
  • 2014 WEU Onshore O&M Report: Cost effective O&M strategies to minimise downtime and maximise wind energy yield
    The newly released 2014 Wind Energy Update (WEU) Onshore Operations and Maintenance Report provides cost-effective strategies to minimise downtime and maximise wind energy yield. This download offers a "sample" chapter of a five-chapter report.
  • Evaluating the impact of chemical waste: How safety and the bottom line can both benefit
    This paper demonstrates that it is possible to reduce chemical costs by identifying and limiting the wastes found in dispensing, storage and application. Reducing these hidden costs will also improve productivity and health and safety in the workplace.
  • Waste & Hazard Walk Workbook
    The Waste & Hazard Walk is a systematic facility tour which looks for ways to improve productivity and safety, with a specific focus on industrial supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE). This free download outlines how your company could benefit from a Waste & Hazard Walk.
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