Renewable Energy

Graphene from slurry

For those with an interest in these things there was a story on the Farming Programme this morning about a “world first” at Worthy Farm – home of the Glastonbury Festival...

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Happy Christmas

We wish all our clients and contacts a very happy Christmas and look forward to working with them to unlock whatever opportunities the New Year may bring. Our offices will be...

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Thicker than water

Regular readers will recall our interest in renewable energy storage technologies; for a reminder see here and here. A Devon based company called RheEnergise has come up with another contender, which...

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Wheat @ 47 tons per acre?

The agri-tech world has caught the attention of the mainstream media with a press release about a trial that suggests that wheat grown indoors can produce 117 tonnes per hectare and...

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Drought to continue into 2023

The National Drought Group is forecasting that in some areas, including parts of the South West, drought conditions could run on into 2023. That is clearly a concern, particularly for residential...

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The death of Her Majesty the Queen

We join the many other organisations and individuals in expressing our deep sadness at the death of Her Majesty the Queen. We also reflect on her long life of dedication and...

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Liquid air

On 5 July we posted a snippet that caught our eye on sand batteries. This month we give you another novel renewable energy storage technology – liquid air. This sounds like a...

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Biodiversity Net Gain

“Most of our clients will be aware that Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is on the agenda but have not yet started to think about if and how it may impact them”,...

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