All articles by Molly Lempriere

  1. The Resilience Programme: Changing Japan’s grid

    For over a decade an energy revolution has been underway in Japan, spurred on by the 2011 Great East Japan…
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    19 Feb
  2. Cutting out the middle men: Blockchain in the solar industry

    At this year’s Blockchain Week, held in London on the 19-26th January, Hyperion Fund’s COO Noel Shannon, along with a…
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    7 Feb
  3. Engineering fusion with Tokamak Energy

    Tokamak Energy was set-up in 2009 by researchers from the Culham Fusion Research Group, with the goal to crack nuclear…
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    6 Feb
  4. See through solar: are we there yet?

    A team of researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) has developed a transparent solar concentrator. The concentrator is designed to…
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    29 Jan
  5. In pictures: the solar industry’s biggest and brightest

    The rise of solar power has taken the world by surprise, with prices dropping faster and adoption happening quicker than…
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    18 Jan
  6. Labrador: automating the utility switching process

    Throughout the UK, an estimated 18 million people could save hundreds of pounds simply by switching energy supplier. But the…
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    9 Jan
  7. Roundtable: an energy strategy for the UK?

    On 12 October 2017, the UK Government launched its Clean Growth Strategy to help the country reach its long term…
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    4 Jan
  8. The Sahara: a solar battery for Europe?

    TuNur, a small company based in the UK, has applied to the Tunisian Government to begin construction of a 4.5GW…
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    20 Dec
  9. Could insect eyes hold the key to building stable solar perovskites?

    Perovskites are a set of materials with a crystalline structure that can be organic, inorganic or a mix of the…
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    4 Dec
  10. Weakest link: the small components that keep nuclear safe

    Effective operation and maintenance of a nuclear plant lead to cost savings and improved safety, and often it is the…
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    23 Nov