Lindsay Dodgson

Lindsay Dodgson is a feature writer for NRI Digital covering energy topics including renewables, new technology and the environment.She has contributed to several websites on science topics, as this is a particular interest of hers. She enjoys interviewing scientists and attending events on technology and research.Lindsay graduated from City University in 2015 where she studied science journalism. Before this, she studied zoology at Liverpool John Moores University.  

All articles by Lindsay Dodgson

  1. Cuts and uncertainty: the UK’s anaerobic digestion sector

    A couple of decades ago, the primary aim of anaerobic digestion (AD) was recycling waste at sewage plants to bring…
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    17 Oct
  2. SunShot: standardising solar across the US

    Solar energy is responsible for around only 1% of total electricity generation in the US, and it has had a…
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    12 Sep
  3. Iceland CCS: Transforming emissions into limestone

    Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology has yet to make its way into the industry mainstream. Projects around the world…
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    21 Aug
  4. Are low oil prices good news for offshore wind?

    Low oil prices and global commitments to intensify the battle against climate change mean oil and gas companies have little…
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    25 Jul
  5. Rising tide in the UK: Isle of Wight tidal project

    Tidal energy has taken a backseat in the renewable energy market, despite being one of the most reliable forms of…
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    24 Jul
  6. Capturing emissions: ExxonMobil and FuelCell take on CCS

    Carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) has long been an ultimate goal for many energy companies, for both money saving and…
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    20 Jul
  7. Is nuclear storage in South Australia a glowing prospect?

    Despite the setbacks it has faced in recent years, with countries such as Germany, Italy and Spain embarking on phase-outs,…
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    10 Jul
  8. Steama.co: smart energy management for rural Africa

    Around the world, about 1.3 billion people live without power. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), over 95% of…
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    3 Jul
  9. Lean and clean: why modern coal-fired power plants are better by design

    In January, US President Barack Obama mounted the latest offensive in what Republicans have dubbed his 'war on coal' by…
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    21 Jun
  10. Trans Mountain Oil Sands: new pipeline, same old problems?

    Calculating the balance between economic benefits and environmental risks is an important part of any fossil fuel development that could…
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    13 Jun
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