University of California gives electrons a one-way ticket

Scientists at the University of California, Riverside, have discovered a method for controlling electron transfer, and guiding electrons in one direction. Electron transfer is one of the most...

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Minister and MPs clash over ‘shambolic’ solar policy

Shadow business, energy and industrial strategy secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey has led an attack on the government’s existing renewables policy, labelling it “shambolic”.The MP for Salford and...

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Opposing onshore UK windfarms 'means higher energy bills'

Ministers told there is no logical argument against turbines in areas that want them

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Energy Reliability: Achieving Resiliency through Microgrids

Energy reliability and resiliency is top of mind for many companies as cybersecurity becomes more of an issue for utilities, and climate change brings with it an increased threat of natural...

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World first grid-scale liquid air energy storage project completed in northern England

The UK's energy storage sector took “a great step forward” after completing what is thought to be the world’s first grid-scale liquid air energy storage (LAES) plant at the Pilsworth landfill gas...

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Free Solar Charging Your Electric Car

Today I've been charging my electric car (a BMW i3) for free using the solar panels on the roof of my house.

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5 Reasons Car Companies Are Betting Big on Energy Storage

An increasing number of major car manufacturers are developing solutions in a space that at first glance may seem like a strange choice: energy storage.BMW recently signed a contract that adds 500...

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Does it Matter Where My Solar Points: North, South, East or West?

We are frequently asked about the impact of orientation on a solar installation. What is remarkable is how much you can generate, even when you are facing in the 'wrong' direction. Here we have...

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Blockchain Is Powering the New Energy Landscape, Centered Around People

The world is rapidly turning to renewable energy and it’s going to see communities empowered. In the UK, renewables produce more than 20 percent of the UK’s electricity, and EU targets mean that...

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