Molly Lempriere

Molly Lempriere is a features writer for NRI Digital, covering a range of energy topics.Before joining the team Molly worked as part of the editorial team at the European Business Review. She has contributed to a number of online magazines, in particular reviewing music and theatre for the Upcoming where she helped to cover both the London Film Festival and the Apple Music Festival.Molly studied English Literature at Brunel University.   

All articles by Molly Lempriere

  1. Lithium battery recycling in Australia: problem, or opportunity?

    As the battery boom continues, more researcher and environmentalists are pushing for improvements to recycling. While the majority of lithium…
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    11 Feb
  2. Coal comfort: COP24 host Poland doubles down on fossil fuel

    On 3 December 2018, leaders gathered in Katowice in Poland to begin the Conference of the Parties, the United Nations…
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    16 Jan
  3. ScottishPower: the journey to renewables

    For the first time in the UK, one of the big six energy companies has divested from fossil fuels. ScottishPower…
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    14 Jan
  4. Testing tech: putting power systems through their paces

    Before any power technology begins operations, it must undergo rigorous testing to ensure that it is not only safe, but…
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    9 Jan
  5. Are renewable technologies and recycling uncomfortable bedfellows?

    The cost of solar panels has fallen dramatically over the last decade, dropping by 89% since 2009. This is in…
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    7 Jan
  6. Kickstarting SMRs: should the UK Government subsidise small reactors?

    In January, the UK’s Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy set up an Expert Finance Working Group (EFWG) to advise…
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    7 Nov
  7. China’s solarcoaster: from tariffs to trade war

    China’s solar journey has been unparalleled anywhere in the world. In the past seven years, it has expanded from just…
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    31 Oct
  8. Can a city’s water infrastructure produce hydropower?

    Water has been a source of energy for thousands of years, from the water wheels used by the ancient Greeks…
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    15 Oct
  9. Australia’s budding battery business

    Australia is one of the most mineral-rich countries in the world, boasting large amounts of coal, uranium and iron ore….
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    10 Oct
  10. Making renewables work: experts gather in Copenhagen to talk green energy management

    The seventh annual International Conference on Renewable Power Generation took place last week at the Danish Technical University in Copenhagen….
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    2 Oct

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