Opus Energy announces sale to Drax Group

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We are pleased to announce that we have entered into a binding conditional agreement for the sale of our entire issued share capital to Drax Developments Limited, a member of the Drax Group. Completion of the acquisition is conditional on, amongst Continue Reading

Royal renewables: Buckingham Palace’s clean energy upgrade

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The Royal residence is getting a renewable energy makeover. As part of a £369m refit, Buckingham Palace will be getting an array of solar panels and an anaerobic digestion unit. The iconic building Continue Reading

Staying alive in space: the infographic

When you're advancing on the final frontier, heating and efficiency becomes a matter much more serious than simply keeping your energy usage down. In one of the most hazardous working environments Continue Reading

The Energy Bulletin: In the news November 2016

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Just in we have news from the Autumn Statement from our brand new Chancellor, plus figures from energy efficiency savings and speculation as to how the US election may impact the UK energy Continue Reading

The Energy Bulletin: Regulations round-up November 2016

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Energy Intensive Industry (EII) To help the UK meet its low carbon targets, the Government has introduced policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by incentivising increases in renewable Continue Reading

The South Pacific island running entirely on solar power

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US technology firm Tesla has installed a solar micro-grid on the island of Tau in American Samoa, nearly ending the island’s dependence on fossil fuels. The announcement came days after Tesla’s Continue Reading

A wave of popularity: wave energy comes to Cornwall

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Australian firm Carnegie Wave Energy have launched an offshore wave hub for wave power generators to connect to and feed electricity into the National Grid. The project, situated off the Continue Reading

COP22: the international climate change round-up

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The 22nd edition of the UN Conference of Parties (COP22) has come to an end; a two-week long conference in Morocco, where members of the United Nations gathered to discuss strategies to tackle climate Continue Reading

Sun, sand and solar power: Morocco’s route to sustainability

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A year on from the launch of Morocco’s Noor I solar farm, the North African country is continuing to take positive steps to reduce their environmental impact by transitioning to renewable energy Continue Reading

Costa Rica’s renewables revolution – how did they do it?

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Costa Rica is leading the way for renewable energy. Sandwiched between Nicaragua and Panama, the small nation is a big player when it comes to reducing its reliance on fossil fuels, helping to Continue Reading