All articles by Talal Husseini

  1. UK to leave Euratom after Brexit, despite uncertainty

    The draft Brexit agreement, which was released on 14 November, includes a provision that the UK will withdraw from the…
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    16 Nov
  2. BP uses Tesla storage batteries on South Dakota wind project

    UK energy giant BP’s subsidiary BP Wind Energy has announced the deployment of Tesla storage batteries at its 25MW Titan…
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    15 Nov
  3. Learning from nature: the increasing efficiency of organic solar cells

    The pre-requisite of any solar cell is that it is made from semiconducting materials. These materials must be able to…
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    12 Nov
  4. UK renewable energy overtakes fossil fuels, despite Brexit fears

    The UK renewable energy capacity has surpassed fossil fuels for the first time, which is being described as a ‘major…
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    7 Nov
  5. Mixed blessings for renewables in US mid-term elections

    A number of energy-focused propositions and initiatives were up for public vote on 6 November 2018 during the US mid-term…
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    7 Nov
  6. Tesla launches Powerpack battery storage system at UK tidal station

    Clean tech giant Tesla has delivered its Powerpack battery storage system to a tidal power station off the coast of…
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    2 Nov
  7. The effects of fracking in the UK: expert opinions

    Despite the recent controversies surrounding Cuadrilla Resource’s drilling attempts in the UK and subsequent small seismic earthquakes, the effects of…
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    2 Nov
  8. APAC region to lead global wind turbine market value by 2022

    The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is expected to lead the global wind turbine market value through to 2022, according to a…
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    1 Nov
  9. Ørsted’s wind projects spur 14% rise in Q3 earnings

    Danish oil and gas-turned renewable energy company Ørsted has posted its financial results for the third quarter of 2018. Highlights…
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    1 Nov
  10. EDF Energy partners with Nuvve to install 1,500 smart EV chargers

    French energy company EDF Energy has announced a partnership with green tech firm Nuvve to install 1,500 vehicle-to-grid (V2G) smart…
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    31 Oct