All articles by Molly Lempriere

  1. 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
  2. Full circle: decommissioning the first ever offshore windfarm

    In 1991, to the south east of Denmark, near Lolland, DONG, now called Ørsted, set about building a pilot project….
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    21 Nov
  3. Dogger Bank: profiling a true titan of wind power

    In 2008, the Crown Estate identified nine offshore zones ideal for the development of windfarms. The largest of these was…
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    14 Nov
  4. Destination Kazakhstan

    On 29 August, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations nuclear watchdog, officially opened its first low-enriched uranium…
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    9 Nov
  5. Turning the lights back on after Hurricane Harvey

    On 25 August at 10pm, Hurricane Harvey made landfall in the US at Rockport, Texas. In just a few days,…
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    7 Nov
  6. CCell: the energy to save coral

    British wave energy start-up Zyba has teamed up with Biorock, which builds artificial coral reefs with the hope of simultaneously…
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    1 Nov
  7. Demonstrating the power of renewables in Antarctica

    In November, Robert Swan OBE the first explorer to walk both the North and South Poles will set off from…
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    1 Nov
  8. Wireless power transfer: working on the future of electric vehicles

    A research team at Stanford University has hit a breakthrough in its work on developing wireless power transfer. The project…
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    26 Sep
  9. Carbon cutters: can nuclear work alongside renewables?

    Nuclear and renewables, while both key parts of the effort towards decarbonisation, are often seen as being at cross purposes,…
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    14 Sep
  10. Solar power for Syria

    Prior to the outbreak of war in 2011, Syria was an electrified nation with 95% of homes connected to a…
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    13 Sep