All articles by Talal Husseini

  1. Tower of power: gravity-based storage evolves beyond pumped hydro

    The influx of renewable energy to national power grids has hit something of a bottleneck. While technological innovation in energy…
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    7 Mar
  2. A new source of clean energy? Urine luck!

    As the pursuit for new forms of clean energy continues, with a host of solar, wind and hydropower projects coming…
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    28 Jan
  3. Power Potential: England’s first reactive smart grid project

    Throughout the UK, regional power distribution networks are feeling the pressure to incorporate more forms of renewable energy into the…
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    21 Jan
  4. Neutrino energy: harnessing the power of cosmic radiation

    Ground was broken in the field of neutrino power in 2015 when two independent scientists, Takaaki Kajita in Japan and…
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    14 Jan
  5. Premier Inn and E.ON trial UK’s first battery-powered hotel

    Premier Inn, in collaboration with project partner E.ON, has installed the UK’s first battery-powered hotel, located in Edinburgh, Scotland. In…
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    4 Jan
  6. NTR secures commitments of €229m for second renewable energy fund

    Ireland-based renewables investor NTR has attracted investment commitments in the region of €229m for the second round of its renewable…
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    3 Jan
  7. UK caps prices for loyal energy customers in 2019

    Loyal energy customers from 11 million households, who have continued to purchase electricity from suppliers with poor value energy tariffs,…
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    2 Jan
  8. US hydropower droughts cause rise in greenhouse gas emissions

    Scientists at Stanford University in the US have discovered that recent droughts in western states such as California, Idaho, Oregon,…
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    21 Dec
  9. AB InBev strikes deal to brew 100% solar powered Budweiser in UK

    UK drinks company AB InBev has struck a deal with solar energy company Lightsource BP to purchase 100% renewable electricity…
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    20 Dec
  10. STA criticises UK plan to scrap solar Feed-in Tariff

    The Solar Trade Association (STA) has criticised the UK Government’s plan to ditch the solar Feed-in Tariff, in what is…
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    19 Dec

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