Electricity

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Africa, Electricity, Energy

How Africa will meet its growing demand for power

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHIE) Better power supply is key to unlocking Africa’s economic potential, including job creation, access to knowledge, agricultural and industrial transformation. As many as 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, around 43% […]

Lanes Farm Energy
Electricity, Energy, Gas, Press release, Technology

Large UK Biogas Plant Order for WELTEC BIOPOWER

Biomethane from waste to supply 9,600 households with energy In winter 2019, the German biogas plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER has started building a biomethane plant near Pontefract, West Yorkshire, UK. The client is Lanes Farm […]

Africa, Electricity, Energy

Mining for coal still has a place in the power mix

Wayne Lindecke, Director: Power Generation, WSP in Africa During the recent Investing in African Mining Indaba, concerns were noted on the impact that the move towards a ‘greener economy’ would have on coal mining – […]

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Electricity, Energy, Government

Does nuclear energy have a future in the UK?

Professor Dieter Helm CBE, Professor of Energy Policy at the University of Oxford.

Electricity, Energy, Gas

No single solution to future energy needs

No single solution to future energy needs, says CooperOstlund   The National Grid is still the driving force behind the nation’s energy needs, but is it fit for purpose? According to Duncan McPherson, CEO at […]

Commercial Partner Matt Cormack with Head of the Energy and Utilities team at Ward Hadaway, Mark Whitehead
Business, Electricity, Energy, Energy Lawyers, Europe, Technology

Ward Hadaway helps secure funding for major renewable energy plant in North East

  A major biogas generation facility is set to make a major contribution to renewable energy in the North East.   Wardley Biogas has received £17m of funding to construct a new plant at Follingsby […]

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Electricity, Energy, Energy Consultants, Energy Lawyers, Energy Regulators, Energy Trading, Europe, European power markets, European Union

Nicholas Newman publishes two new reports on European renewables

Today, energy journalist Nicholas Newman releases two reports on the renewable energy sector in Europe. One report covers the wind sector and the other report, the solar sector. Both reports, are free to download. These reports describe […]

Electricity, Energy, Energy Consultants, Europe, farming

Carter Jonas Advises On Sale Of 1.5MW Yorkshire Wind Farm

May 2018 – A subsidiary of Broadview Energy’s Eolian Three fund has successfully completed the acquisition of the Limes Wind Farm in Yorkshire from a private landowner advised by Carter Jonas. Located in Hull, East […]

Business, Electricity, Energy, Government

LORDS WARN OF BREXIT THREAT TO UK’S ENERGY TRADE

Brexit puts the UK’s current frictionless trade in energy with the EU at risk. This is amongst the findings from the House of Lords’ EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee’s report Brexit: energy security, published today. The EU is a key […]

Electricity, Energy, European power markets, Oxford, Oxfordshire

BSR chosen to manage pioneering community solar park

Westmill takes BSR’s portfolio of solar under management to 536MW BSR, the leading low carbon service provider, has been appointed to manage Westmill Solar Park, the pioneering community-owned solar project, the companies announced today. Westmill, near […]