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    Ed

    Even in these modern times, waste remains a part of our daily lives. More
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    Jon

    There is a huge amount of interest in energy storage within UK agriculture and horticulture and how this may be of benefit to them financially, as well as in terms of their energy supply. Energy storage encompasses techniques such as hot water accumulator stores attached to traditional gas boilers or Combined Heat and Power (CHP) engines for CO2 enrichment, as well as biomass boilers for enabling efficient operation. More
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    Jon

    So far, it’s shaping up to be an unpredictable summer. The political landscape has altered somewhat from what we have been used to, the weather can’t seem to make up its mind what to do, the grid electricity carbon emissions have fallen to their lowest ever level and on top of all this off, we still don’t know when the RHI regulation reforms will be made law. More
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    Ed

    Growers are invited to an event to hear more about the current opportunities for converting to renewable heating systems in protected cropping, or adding to and expanding their existing renewable systems. More
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    Jon

    Yesterday’s announcement of the outcomes of the RHI consultation has delivered some clarity on the intentions to continue supporting biomass boilers and biomass CHP. More
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    Jon

    All ‘large organisations’ in the UK are to undergo an energy audit by December 2015, under new plans revealed by the government. More
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    Andrew

    Government have taken a step nearer to providing a mechanism to reward electricity use reduction, with DECC talking about how such an idea might be built into the Electricity Market Reform proposals.  More