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What exactly is energy? The simple answer is solar.
I was recently asked what energy was, to which I spouted out the school textbook definition I had learned many years ago: “the ability to do work.” But after a few follow up questions from my frie
Energy in 2017 in numbers
2017 proved to be an exciting year in energy but rather than telling you about why the oil price went up and why renewables are booming we decided to put down on paper some interesting statistics and
The Great Biomass Swindle?
The general held view is that the use of biomass, and particularly wood, for energy purposes is carbon neutral, meaning that any CO2 that is released through the harvesting and burning of that biomass
Why the future is not plugin hybrid
I recently read an article that some of the German government ministers in Berlin were unhappy with the plugin hybrids they are being chauffeured around in. This got me thinking about my own plug-in-h
Blustery times ahead for global wind
Just back from a somber affair in Amsterdam known as the Wind Europe conference & exhibition, where I had meetings with executives from companies across the wind value chain. The good news is that
UK overlooked lower costs of renewables, in Hinkley nuclear deal, says panel
Two of the UK's main public bodies overseeing public spending have now criticised the government's deal with EDF to support a new nuclear power plant, showing how Britain (and the United States tod