Argentina recently entered the top ten on the Ernst & Young global renewable...
- How private investment is powering Argentina’s renewable energy revolution
- Lithium battery recycling in Australia: problem, or opportunity?
- Power to the people: read about California’s drive for carbon neutral power and more in the new issue
- Looking towards Belgium’s nuclear-free future
- ScottishPower: the journey to renewables
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When it comes to ensuring that their lorry fleet was free of radiation contamination, British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL), turned to worldwide moisture control specialists Munters to help maintain safety levels.
How private investment is powering Argentina’s renewable energy revolution
Argentina recently entered the top ten on the Ernst & Young global renewable energy index for the first time and, with help from the World Bank, is on target to produce 20% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2025. Julian Turner takes a closer look at the country’s clean energy policies.
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There is strong competition for the European offshore wind operation, maintenance and service (OMS) market, which is anticipated to experience significant growth in the coming years.
Lithium battery recycling in Australia: problem, or opportunity?
As the demand for lithium battery technology continues to grow, recycling schemes are needed to avoid huge amounts of waste ending up in landfills as a new report by Australia’s CSIRO outlines. Anand Bhatt, the lead researcher on the report, explains the challenges lithium batteries present, and the opportunities.
Power to the people: read about California’s drive for carbon neutral power and more in the new issue
In this issue: California’s plans to engage with local communities, the IAEA’s new nuclear roadmap, Argentina’s rapidly changing energy market, energy mapping from space, and more.
Looking towards Belgium’s nuclear-free future
The recent closure of six out of seven nuclear reactors raised concerns over the ability of Belgium to cope without its nuclear power in the coming months. How will the country react and what lessons can the power industry learn when looking forward to the 2025 nuclear phase-out plan?
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