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Supporting UK’s ambition of achieving sustainable fusion energy

Supporting UK’s ambition of achieving sustainable fusion energy
One of the top three nuclear engineering companies worldwide, Assystem, has been awarded a major, multi-discipline design framework agreement to support the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), a UK government research organisation responsible for the development of nuclear fusion power. Assystem will support the engineering design of projects across all major disciplines including mechanical engineering, process engineering, electrical, control and instrumentation, building services and civil engineering, and integrated design.
19th November 2018

Åland headed towards a cleaner future with renewable diesel

Åland headed towards a cleaner future with renewable diesel
  Local transportation on the Åland Islands in the Baltic Sea is switching to Neste MY Renewable Diesel which is produced entirely from waste and residues. The first vehicles to use the product are the local and charter buses of the Viking Line Buss and Williams Buss companies, in addition to the Åland Post fleet.
12th November 2018

How much physical activity is needed to power household devices?

How much physical activity is needed to power household devices?
  With many household devices listing watts and energy bills listing kilowatt-hours, it can be difficult to put energy usage into context. To help, MoneySuperMarket has put together a report to compare how much physical exercise is needed to power household and personal appliances.
9th November 2018


Supporting technology that could displace fossil fuels

Supporting technology that could displace fossil fuels
  UK-based technology company Renovare Fuels has been awarded support by Innovate UK for aviation fuel testing through the Sustainable Aviation for Clean Growth programme. The company has developed a technology that converts waste into a biofuel that could replace traditional fossil fuels.
7th November 2018

The Smart City Cookbook

The Smart City Cookbook provides an introductory guide with a set of examples that cities and other smart city program leaders can utilize when planning and managing their smart city activities. Examples in the book are from the Smart Tampere program by the City of Tampere in Finland.
3rd November 2018

Power control system integrates with renewable sources

Power control system integrates with renewable sources
A new power control system for Quinnipiac University’s York Hill Campus, located in Hamden, Connecticut, ties together a range of green energy power generation sources with utility and emergency power sources.  By Steve Dunn, Aftermarket Product Line Manager, Russelectric
24th October 2018

The greenest people in the world...

The greenest people in the world...
  As research into climate change continues, it only ever becomes clearer that greenhouse gases, waste products, and deforestation are all having a major effect on the welfare of our planet. And despite the rise in recycling rates and sustainable energy usage, we’re still far from our targets as a planet.
27th September 2018

Wealthy countries less concerned about energy security

Wealthy countries less concerned about energy security
An international team led by researchers from Cardiff University has revealed that across Europe, social and economic factors play a key role in how people feel about the security of their energy sources. Countries such as Iceland, Sweden, Austria and Switzerland have been shown to have generally lower energy security concerns, whereas Portugal, Spain, Russia, France and Belgium have higher levels of concern.
12th September 2018

Belgium will transfer to non-hydro renewables by 2030

Around 50% of Belgium’s annual power generation is expected to come from non-hydro renewables in 2030, the same share that came from nuclear power in 2017, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
12th September 2018

Calls for accelerated climate actions for transport sectors

Calls for accelerated climate actions for transport sectors
From extreme droughts in Australia to heat waves in parts of Europe and North America and from excessive monsoons in India to floods in Japan. If there’s one thing that the past months have showed us it is that global warming is real and that the need for climate action is more imminent than ever.
10th September 2018


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