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UK companies play key role in major energy networks project

The Energy Networks Association Open Networks Project is re-defining how our energy networks will operate in the future as we head into a new smart era. The changes it will make will give the UK’s households, businesses and communities the ability to take advantage of a new range of energy technologies and services to take control of their energy and lower their costs, including renewable generation, battery storage and electric vehicles.
25th July 2017

Degree program to solve environmental problems

Degree program to solve environmental problems
  Satellites, drones and other technologies are fueling a surge in detailed information about the atmosphere, oceans, land and wildlife. A new University of Wisconsin–Madison professional master’s degree will train students to put this wealth of data to work solving the world’s most pressing environmental problems.
19th July 2017

Addressing the skills needs of the global marine energy sector

Addressing the skills needs of the global marine energy sector
Aiming to address the immediate and long-term skills needs of the global marine energy sector, a new UK-based company has launched. Headquartered in Cornwall, south-west England, UTM Consultants will leverage its extensive network together with its industry experience to source and supply the manpower solutions required to deliver complex ROV, survey, inspection, repair and maintenance projects to the oil and gas, renewable, hydrographic, marine, power and telecommunications sectors.
12th July 2017


Creating cleaner, greener and smarter cities

Creating cleaner, greener and smarter cities
  The Environmental Industries Commission has launched a new initiative to bring together all those using smart technologies and big data to create cleaner, greener cities. By: Sam Ibbott, Head of Smart Cities at the Environmental Industries Commission.
11th July 2017

WELTEC BIOPOWER receives best international commercial plant award

WELTEC BIOPOWER receives best international commercial plant award
At the UK AD & Biogas and World Biogas Expo 2017 in Birmingham on 5th July 2017, WELTEC BIOPOWER received the renowned AD & Biogas Industry Award in two categories from the British anaerobic digestion association ADBA. An independent expert jury nominated the German biogas plant manufacturer in the category 'Best international agricultural project' in recognition of its 800kW plant in Colombia.
10th July 2017

UK Wind Lidar Production Centre to open by the end of 2017

UK Wind Lidar Production Centre to open by the end of 2017
ZephIR Lidar has confirmed that the UK Wind Lidar Production Centre will officially open by the end of 2017, in response to the increasing demand for more accurate wind measurements in the development, construction and operation of wind farms worldwide. The Centre is complete with electronics and optical assembly clean rooms for producing, testing and servicing laser-based lidar units.
7th July 2017

DONG Energy announces 'Skills Fund' for coastal areas

DONG Energy has announced their plans for a new £75,000 Skills Fund. This forms part of the company’s £465,000 East Coast Community Fund annual commitment announced earlier in December last year. £55,000 will be available through an open application process to experienced organisations that can develop and deliver Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) related training or education courses, a one-off event, or a programme of targeted events.
7th July 2017

BayWa r.e.divests French wind farms

BayWa r.e.divests French wind farms
BayWa r.e. has sold Eole de Plan Fleury and Les Renardières wind farms to Innergex Renewable Energy , a developer, owner and operator of renewable energy projects, and Régime de rentes du Mouvement Desjardins, a Québec-based private pension plan. This follows the sale of the Montjean Theil-Rabier wind farm to the same partners last year and continues the successful relationship between the companies.
6th July 2017

Bishopthorpe windfarm sold to renewable infrastructure fund

Bishopthorpe windfarm sold to renewable infrastructure fund
BayWa r.e. has sold its 16.4MW Bishopthorpe windfarm to the renewable infrastructure fund Greencoat UK Wind, managed by Greencoat Capital. The windfarm, located South of Grimsby, was originally acquired by BayWa r.e. following a competitive tender. Delivered to a strict timeline, there was significant interest in the sale. BayWa r.e’s new dedicated UK service business, BayWa r.e. Operation Services, is continuing to provide ongoing operations management.
3rd July 2017

A third of Brits choose LED lights to save energy

A third of Brits choose LED lights to save energy
A new survey by reichelt elektronik reveals LED lights have become a viable option for UK households wanting to make energy and cost savings. Lasting significantly longer than conventional lamps, a third of respondents say energy savings are the biggest influencer when it comes to buying an LED light but upfront costs remain a barrier to purchasing.
29th June 2017


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RWM 2017
12th September 2017
United Kingdom NEC, Birmingham