The Energy Bulletin: Regulations round-up February 2017

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Project Nexus: non-effective days Xoserve provides a central service for the Gas Transporters in Britain and manages all of the key data associated with approximately 22 million gas supply points nationwide. An ageing system called UK Link currently Continue Reading

The Energy Bulletin: In the news February 2017

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February has been an exciting month in the energy industry, with positive developments in European Parliament, as well as exciting progress for renewable energy across the continent. There are Continue Reading

Crosswind kite power raises expectations for wind energy

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A new way or harvesting wind energy using high-flying kites has been developed as an alternative to standing wind turbines. The technology is known as ‘crosswind kite power’, and uses kites Continue Reading

Wind turbines are turning the wheels on Dutch trains

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The Netherlands has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to sustainable transport - the country has almost 20,000 miles of cycle tracks to complement its trams and trains. However, the Continue Reading

How urban planning is leading the way to cleaner air

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Switching from fossil fuels to environmentally-friendly alternatives is no easy feat - and even more so when you consider that most cities' transport networks are completely reliant upon fossil fuel Continue Reading

Take caution – fraudulent emails claiming to be from Opus Energy

We have just been informed that fraudulent emails are being sent to individuals, falsely claiming to be sent by Opus Energy. The design of these emails very closely matches Opus Energy's email Continue Reading

Scotland achieves renewable energy record for another year

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Scotland has started the near year with the news that the country has 595 MW of installed community and locally-owned renewable energy sources, an increase of 17% on the previous year's Continue Reading

Going underground: the New York State mine that’s becoming a hydroelectric station

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A group of engineers in an American town are planning to convert a former mine into a subterranean hydroelectric station, according to a report by Yahoo. Minesville town, in New York State, is the Continue Reading

The Energy Bulletin: Regulations round-up January 2017

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Smart, Flexible Energy System: an Ofgem call for evidence BEIS and Ofgem recently published a joint call for evidence which builds on their previously published position paper. It requested Continue Reading

The Energy Bulletin: In the news January 2017

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This month, we've heard how leaving the EU may affect the energy industry, there have been huge leaps for tidal power in Wales, and Ofgem warns Big Six suppliers not to hike up their energy Continue Reading