Tanjent Energy Blog
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With another bank holiday has come another renewable generation record, with wind power hitting a new high of 17.6GW. At 3.30pm on Monday 3 May, the renewable source was producing 48.4% of Britain’s electricity mix according to provisional results from
(We are again pleased to welcome a guest post this week. There has recently been a sharp increase in phishing attacks so here is good advice from our associate Olubowale Sangosanya of isecurdata on how to keep yourself safe.) It
The past decade has seen solar energy leading the way towards a future of affordable clean energy for all. Now, with a little more innovation and a lot more deployment, batteries, whether in electric vehicles or as stationary energy storage
That we are living in science fiction was brought home to me last week when I put down Kim Stanley Robinson’s superb climate-futures novel The Ministry for the Future and picked up Bill McKibben’s New Yorker letter on climate, warning
The UK has now set in law the Climate Change Committee’s recommendation of a 78% emissions reduction by 2035. As part of the sixth Carbon Budget – set to run from 2033 to 2037 – therefore, the UK will aim
In less than a decade, solar power will be economic in comparison to local fossil fuels globally, while wind will be economic in more than half of cases. This is according to a new report from thinktank Carbon Tracker, which