All articles by Andrew Tunnicliffe

  1. Understanding the public love-hate relationship with wind power

    “The tranquillity and natural beauty of this area has been ruined by the ever-increasing number of windfarms being created.” It’s…
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    2 Mar
  2. Giant solar arrays: do big ambitions mean big problems?

    In October 2019, a Reuters article questioned whether Chile’s Cerro Dominador solar tower and facility served as a “cautionary tale…
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    3 Feb
  3. Dams be damned: is hydropower holding countries back?

    Manged properly, the construction of a dam can result in a staggering, often breathtaking, feat of engineering. They can bring…
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    8 Jul
  4. Facing its demons: inside the UK’s broken energy market

    It’s an issue that has been challenging household budgets and occupying much of the political narrative (before Brexit at least)…
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    3 Jul
  5. Nuclear development in Saudi Arabia: should the US back it?

    The story of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) civil nuclear ambitions dates back almost 15 years, and at the…
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    12 Jun
  6. The big exit: why capital is deserting coal

    For more than two centuries coal has powered homes, businesses, and economies, providing the fuel of the industrial revolution and becoming…
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    5 Jun
  7. Hornsea one kicks into life: will it electrify the UK wind market too?

    Just five days after it left port in the UK’s Humber Estuary aboard the 132m Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s jack-up Bold…
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    13 May
  8. Ireland: playing catch up with renewables

    Ireland, like many developed countries, is facing a huge challenge: how to balance its growing demand for power with the…
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    1 May
  9. Desert power: can Africa harness solar and build towards electrification?

    With a population of around 1.3 billion, Africa is the second most populated continent in world, beaten only by Asia….
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    24 Apr
  10. The power of radiative cooling: will it be the next big energy saver?

    Responsible for as much as 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions, air conditioning and refrigeration systems consume 17% of all…
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    13 Mar
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