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Geothermal Energy Potential in Minewater Can Heat Over 180 Million Homes in the UK

The UK is already looking to net zero emissions of greenhouse gasses by 2050, an ambitious undertaking requiring all manner of clean energy sources...

National Grid: Backup Plan Required

Following the UK's power cut that affected almost one million electricity users on Friday the government has promised a full investigation into...

Hampshire’s Solar Farm-powered Railway Line First of Its Kind Globally

In a railway track in Aldershot, a solar farm (photovoltaic power station) is for the first time in the world charging...

Wind Energy to Gain from Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Wind turbines have among others key components such as SCADA (Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition), key software for both visualisation and management processes. With...

Investment of $90 Billion To Boost Saudi Arabia’s Energy Sector

The energy sector of Saudi Arabia is on the brink of a high-speed transformation as a $90 Billion USD investment is about to pumped into it.

Touws River using solar to change their fortunes

Touws River is a small township in Western Cape in South Africa.  The economy of this small town started to go down in 1990...

India NGT seeks report on pollution from diesel generators in Ghaziabad and Indirapuram.

Image Credit: Ne0Freedom In a major move the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has requested a report from the Ghaziabad...

The Effects of Mixing Diesel with Galvanised Steel

Galvanised steel has many useful properties making suitable for many jobs. However, mixing galvanised steel with diesel can have a negative impact on the fuel system of your diesel generator.

UK Power outage – Was Wind Power to blame

Last week the UK suffered a serious outage of power from the National Grid which affected almost a million people and brought the east...

Over 100 Scientists Call On Israel Government To Change Energy Policy

Over 11 leading Israeli scientists have signed a letter to their nation’s energy minister, Yuval Steinitz, to go against the countries decision to construct a new network of natural gas power plants.