Monthly Archives: November 2019

Scientists and climate advisers condemn Tory environmental record

By |2019-11-29T18:17:10+00:00November 30th, 2019|Energy and Climate Change, News, Pollution|

Party under pressure on climate crisis as Corbyn says Johnson can not be trusted The Conservative party’s record on tackling the climate crisis has been condemned by leading scientists and former government advisers, as the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, warned that the forthcoming election was the last chance to halt the escalating emergency. Experts

Battery Energy Storage

By |2019-11-29T17:57:06+00:00November 29th, 2019|Battery Storage, Energy and Climate Change, Home Battery, Home Energy Storage, News, Solar and Battery|

Batteries are having a moment. In early October, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to three scientists for their research on lithium-ion batteries. Their work decades ago led to batteries becoming smaller, more powerful, more portable, and rechargeable, all of which have transformed our laptops, our phones,

Power Cut Backup Options with Battery Storage

By |2019-11-29T10:05:46+00:00November 29th, 2019|Battery Storage, Blog, Energy and Climate Change, Home Battery, Home Energy Storage, Power Cut, PowerBanx, Solar and Battery|

Many of us recently experienced a major national power cut, one that would have been worse had it not been for grid battery storage. In the same way, a battery is a good option to help get us through power cuts in the home and keeping the lights on. Watching the clock in

This is how the average family wastes tons of carbon every year

By |2019-11-28T19:27:50+00:00November 28th, 2019|Energy and Climate Change, News, Opinion|

The extraordinary fact that one return transatlantic flight emits the same amount of carbon as 13 years of that family's electricity emissions combined Another year, another shocking UN report about the further consequences of climate breakdown. In September, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change assessed the state of our oceans and ice-caps. It found

Solar tops list of renewables approved by public with 85% support in run up to GE

By |2019-11-29T18:19:28+00:00November 27th, 2019|Energy and Climate Change, News, Solar, Solar and Battery|

Solar has continued to be the most popular renewable technology with the public as of September 2019, a factor which must be considered by any prospective government the industry has said. Statistics released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) shows solar has an 85% approval rate with the public. The

GE2019: Inside The Green Party’s Green New Deal

By |2019-11-29T18:22:45+00:00November 26th, 2019|Energy and Climate Change, News, Power Generation, Renewable Energy, Solar, Solar and Battery, Wind|

The Green Party today launched its manifesto for the 12 December election, which hinges on its Green New Deal. This builds on the party’s previous pledges to reduce emissions, making the UK carbon neutral by 2030 and invest £100 billion a year for the next decade in climate action. This will form the basis

4 battery storage trends every homeowner should be tracking

By |2019-11-29T18:25:29+00:00November 26th, 2019|Battery Storage, Energy and Climate Change, News, Solar and Battery|

Investing in a solar system can help power your home more efficiently, reduce your energy expenses, and even increase your home’s value. Today’s solar systems are highly efficient and enable a wide range of goals. One trend that’s quickly moving to the forefront is the popularity of battery storage solutions. According to the International

Storm Season is Here: Energy Storage Can Help You Prepare

By |2019-11-29T18:26:20+00:00November 24th, 2019|Battery Storage, Energy and Climate Change, News, Opinion, Solar and Battery|

In Southern and Eastern parts of the U.S., late summer and fall not only signals the start of college football; it also marks the beginning of storm season. Homeowners in these regions are no strangers to preparing for storms, from trimming tree branches that are too close to windows to storing water and food

How Scientists Got Climate Change So Wrong

By |2019-11-29T18:29:29+00:00November 23rd, 2019|Energy and Climate Change, News, Opinion, Prepping and Collapse, Wildfires|

Few thought it would arrive so quickly. Now we’re facing consequences once viewed as fringe scenarios. For decades, most scientists saw climate change as a distant prospect. We now know that thinking was wrong. This summer, for instance, a heat wave in Europe penetrated the Arctic, pushing temperatures into the 80s across much of

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