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BURNING WATER

Did you know that the trend towards substitution of conventional fuels by biofuels has a big impact on water resources and substantially enhance the competition for fresh water resources   ...

ES KTN have secured funding for a Renewable Energy Technology Mission to Israel

Through the good offices of our contacts within the Science and Innovation Network (SIN) of UK Embassy staff in Israel we have secured funding to take 8 to 10 individual industrialist to the ...

NERC CASE Studentship Open Competition

The NERC Case Studentship programme promotes partnership between eligible research organisations and users of this research, and enhances the training of the student who can spend between 3...

Boris Johnson announces cable car Thames crossing plan

London mayor Boris Johnson believes what would be the country's first urban cable car will offer a low carbon transport solution for the capital.   Mr Johnson announced at the weekend...

All Energy 2010

  The opening words of the plenary speaker basically summed up the whole experience. ”This is the tenth year of All Energy and I wonder how surprised somebody who attended the...

Pokeberry power!

The active dye in pokeberries – a weed used by American children to stain their cheeks purple and that Civil War soldiers used to make improvised ink for letters home -...

New York to measure carbon building by building

New York City is aiming to measure its carbon output on a building-by-building basis as it seeks to conserve energy. It is set to employ Trirega's TREES carbon accounting and environmental...

Clean Energy on the up

A newly published annual survey of three major clean-energy sectors - solar photovoltaics (PV), wind power and biofuels - suggests that renewables are holding up well despite the tough general...

No engineers = No renewables

According to The Sunday Times 60,000 heating engineers are interested in fitting renewable energy devices but are put off by the three-year certification process. There are, apparently, only...

Pea brained nano-crystal energy

A "complex membrane protein structure" isolated from the humble pea plant is a the core of a novel nanaoscale approach to sustainable energy. Structural biologist...

Worth its salt? Carbon capture - is brine fine?

A Californian start-up has developed a way to turn CO 2 captured from coal- and gas-fired plants into calcium carbonate, by spraying it with, or bubbling it through seawater ....
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New York to measure carbon building by building

New York City is aiming to measure its carbon output on a building-by-building basis as it seeks...

Environment Agency looking for developers to build hydropower schemes

  The Environment Agency wants to hear from community groups and/or developers to...

ES KTN have secured funding for a Renewable Energy Technology Mission to Israel

Through the good offices of our contacts within the Science and Innovation Network (SIN) of UK...