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Friday, 24 March 2017

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Tidal Energy for the UK: An interview with Doreen Nixon of Lockheed Martin Energy

Lockheed Martin has installed its first Tidal Energy Turbine off the coast of Scotland. The turbine will produce about 1.5 MW of energy and contribute to the massive MeyGen tidal energy project, designed to harness the motion of the tides to provide clean power for up to 175,000 homes in Scotland. Atlantis Resources Limited has deployed the first AR1500 tidal energy turbine with new Lockheed Martin technology off the coast of Scotland. The installation is the latest development in the MeyGen project designed to harness the motion of the tides to provide clean, sustainable, predictable power for up to 175,000 homes in Scotland.

REM spoke to Doreen Nixon, Marine Energy Market Segment Chief Engineer for Lockheed Martin Energy, to find out more about the project and its benefits for UK clean energy development.

Monday, 20 March 2017

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Monday, 13 March 2017

Dulas collaborates with CSR to launch Irish solar ground mount service

Renewable energy developer and consultancy Dulas is collaborating with consultancy Cunnane Stratton Reynolds (CSR) to launch a complete solar ground mount service for the Irish solar market.

ETI announces waste heat recovery project for shipping

The Energy Technologies Institute has announced details of a waste heat recovery project which could help to cut emissions and fuel consumption by shipping.

European Biomass Conference and Exhibition to be chaired by Swedish and Finnish representatives

Lena Ek and Henrik Ehrnrooth will co-chair the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition 12-15 June 2017, in Stockholm Sweden.

Women’s Power List celebrates wind industry’s leading female figures

Wind industry intelligence service A Word About Wind has launched its first Women’s Power List, profiling the top 100 female figures within the sector.

Friday, 10 March 2017

Italdesign and Airbus unveil innovative modular ground and air transport system

Italdesign and Airbus have presented the first first modular, fully electric, zero emission concept vehicle system designed to relieve traffic congestion in crowded megacities.

Emissions reduction from virtualisation products: An interview with Mornay Van Der Walt and Nicola Acutt of VMware

An IDC report, sponsored by VMware, shows how virtualisation products, namely VMware’s products, reduce carbon emissions. The report also evaluated the CO2 emissions that were avoided because of server virtualisation as well as consolidation. The results showed that this reduction in power consumption and CO2 emissions could be directly attributed to the use of virtualisation and VMware products around the world. The report found that CO2 emissions avoided related to the use of VMware server virtualisation products grew from 107,000 metric tons/year in 2003 to 67 million metric tons/year in 2015. This CO2 avoidance in 2015 alone was the equivalent of removing 14 million cars from the road.

REM talked to Nicola Acutt, vice president, Sustainability Strategy - Office of the CTO, VMware and Mornay Van Der Walt, vice president of Research & Development, Xplorer Group – Office of the CTO, VMware.

Thursday, 9 March 2017

Sheffield’s energy and resource usage to be investigated by new observatory

The energy and resource use in one of the UK’s biggest cities will be analysed by a new £1.8 million centre at the University of Sheffield.

Asia Wind Energy Association announce first Asia Offshore Wind Day in Taipei

The Asia Wind Energy Association has announced the first Asia Offshore Wind Day to be organised in Taipei on 30 March 2017.

Solar Trade Association (STA) concern at silence from Chancellor on rooftop solar business rate hike

The Solar Trade Association (STA) has expressed dismay at the absence of an announcement from the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer to drop punishing business rate hikes on rooftop solar.

UK budget announcement on electric vehicles doesn't go far enough says Baringa

Specialist management consultancy Baringa Partners has responded to the UK Chancellor’s Budget announcement of support for electric vehicles (EVs) saying the support doesn't go far enough.

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Policy Exchange report stirs new debate on UK waste policy following Brexit vote

One of the UK’s largest environmental infrastructure groups, Pennon, has backed a heavy-weight report by the centre-right think tank Policy Exchange on the future of UK waste and resources policy – but others question Policy Exchange’s conclusions on the matter.

The Blue Circle begins construction of 40 MW wind project in Vietnam

Southeast Asian wind energy developer The Blue Circle has started construction of its Dam Nai project in Ninh Thuan province, Vietnam.

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