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. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Proof of climate change: How do we cool a heating world?

    Heatwaves have gripped the world this year, causing wildfires in California, killing over a hundred people in Japan and causing…
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    12 Sep
  5. Biomass in the EU: has the latest energy directive done enough to calm fears?

    In 2009, the Juncker Commission set about building policies to ensure “a resilient Energy Union and a forward-looking climate change…
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    10 Sep
  6. Can renewables meet their potential in Africa?

    Africa is a huge continent, consisting of 54 countries that are home to 17% of the world’s population. However, it…
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    4 Sep
  7. Space race: a look at NASA’s new fission reactor

    For 50 years there has been a drought of new nuclear technology at NASA. A singular flight was made with…
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    23 Jul
  8. What does the end of feed in tariffs in the UK mean for small-scale renewables?

    The UK’s feed in tariff (FiT) scheme for small-scale renewables will officially close on 31 March 2019, according to the…
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    20 Jul
  9. From batteries to the bank: Could net metering unlock the potential of household solar?

    Solar net energy metering (NEM) has been used across the US for years, but it hasn’t been possible for solar…
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    19 Jul
  10. G3 – is GE’s green gas a perfect solution?

    Whilst CO₂ is the most commonly cited greenhouse gas, it is by no means the only damaging gas in the…
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    18 Jul