All articles by Molly Lempriere

  1. On track: clean energy in the US fights on

    On 23 March, US Congress voted a clear 256 to 167 to approve the omnibus spending bill. The $1.3tn bill,…
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    21 Jun
  2. Waste to hydrogen: Powerhouse Energy at the WWERS

    On 23 and 24 May, London played host to this year’s World Waste to Energy and Resources Summit. Talks on…
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    14 Jun
  3. Haliade-X: a look at GE’s supersized new wind turbine

    GE Renewable Energy announced in March that it will build the world’s largest wind turbine, a towering structure that will…
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    5 Jun
  4. Building a smarter grid in the Netherlands

    Around the world, smart meter adoption is booming, as governments and individuals aim to increase electricity grid flexibility using the…
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    10 May
  5. Energy scavenging: Crossrail project shows the way

    London-based start-up Moya Power makes piezoelectric textiles capable of scavenging waste energy from their surroundings. Waste energy is particularly common…
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    8 May
  6. Mapping the boom in global solar power

    In 2016, solar power was the fastest growing source of new energy globally, accounting for up to two thirds of…
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    30 Apr
  7. The golden age of gas: will it ever happen?

    For years, analysts and industry experts have predicted the coming of the golden age of gas. “Natural gas is poised…
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    17 Apr
  8. A 100% renewable India: can it be done?

    India has the capacity to operate entirely on renewables by 2050, is the bold claim of a study produced by…
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    10 Apr
  9. Can the world’s biggest wave project turn the tide for the technology?

    Indonesian infrastructure company Gapura Energi Utama (GEU) has placed an order for the biggest wave energy park in the world….
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    9 Apr
  10. Floating nuclear power: will China pave the way?

    The concept of a floating nuclear power plant capable of providing energy to far flung and difficult locations was first…
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    21 Mar