Global Wind Organisation (GWO), a non-profit body owned by 16 wind energy companies,...
Global Wind Organisation reports rise in worker safety training
Global Wind Organisation (GWO), a non-profit body owned by 16 wind energy companies, has found that nearly 74,500 people were trained to GWO standards in 2018, a 65% increase from 2017.
Reducing the Impact of Noise in Cogeneration
Early detection and preventative measures can mitigate the health and environmental impacts of noise in Combined Heat and Power (CHP) applications, writes Robert Lomax, sales director of Wakefield Acoustics.
Energy mapping from space: the new frontier
In the battle to reduce energy poverty, the opportunities that satellite imaging data offers could be key to shining a light on wasteful inefficiencies. Andy Tunnicliffe speaks to E.ON to find out more about a project to use space-based technology to improve energy efficiency.
A new source of clean energy? Urine luck!
Robial, a new spinout company from the University of West England, is planning to commercialise a technology that converts urine and wastewater into electricity, powering lighting, mobile phones and other devices. But just how far can you get on pee power?
Does the UK really need fracked gas?
Proponents of fracking in the UK argue the controversial gas extraction method can boost the UK’s energy security and reduce its reliance on imports. Critics, however, claim fracking is unnecessary, dangerous and contradictory to the government’s climate change targets. So, who is right? Heidi Vella investigates.
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