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Robin Hood Energy, Nottingham City Council’s experiment in municipally owned energy provision, hoped to challenge the dominance of the ‘Big Six’. But it has come in for fierce criticism in a report by the company’s auditors.
Sponsored by The University of Manchester
The economic and technological success of offshore wind is a constant.
Sponsored by University of Plymouth
Wind and wave technologies are leading the fight against climate change, writes the professor of ocean engineering at the University of Plymouth and director of the Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub
Sponsored by Vattenfall
Heat produced by energy from waste plants can provide the basis for district heating programmes.
Sponsored by BT
Responding to the challenge of transitioning to a low-carbon economy requires a joint effort from government, industry and society, writes the head of environmental sustainability at BT Group
Sponsored by National Grid
Delivering cleaner and greener industries and infrastructure requires a collective effort, writes the chief executive of National Grid
Sponsored by Sellafield Ltd
How the nuclear industry is turning its legacy into a foundation for the Northern Powerhouse
Sponsored by Cuadrilla
Delivering a credible pathway to net zero C02 by 2050 will require the ongoing use of natural gas as a feedstock for hydrogen and a back-up fuel for generating electricity, explains the CEO of leading onshore shale exploration operator Cuadrilla
Sponsored by Nuclear Industry Association
The advantages of producing power without emissions must not be overlooked.
Sponsored by Greenlite Energy Assessors
The Chief Executive of Greenlite Energy Assessors explains how the conventional response to the housing crisis is creating inefficient, energy-intensive housing stock
The move comes as the UK aims to reduce its reliance on coal and switch to more renewable energy sources.