The world is changing. With the consequences of climate change already here, and the average temperature of the earth rising at an alarming rate, the time for change is now
In the past, technologies capable of converting waste materials into electricity have either been huge, cathedral scale incineration plants or unreliable, dirty and inefficient small-scale combustion systems.
With the Governments Feed-In Tarif (FiT) scheme set to close in April 2019, The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has predicted that the total deployable MWs for sub-5MW installations is expected to drop below 50MW-100MW per year as a result.
Handling, transporting and treating waste materials can be a complex and expensive business.
Solar power has long been considered a great alternative source of energy. But in Mihingoni Primary School in Kenya’s southeastern coastal county of Kilifi, it’s opening new doors for children to receive better education.
Utility Team says customers should lock in now to guarantee their future
The deal will see Gazprom Energy provide 149 million GWh of gas, and the framework can be extended for three additional years.
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