The increased use of renewable electricity across the European Union has not only reduced pressures linked to climate change, but also to air and water pollution (particulate matter formation, eutrophication and acidification), according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing published today (14 Jan). More targeted actions can help minimise the negative environmental effects of […]

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Consultation launched to support marine renewables The consultation will examine how the UK can build back greener through marine renewable projects across the country. New consultation launched on how government can support marine energy projects, such as floating offshore wind farms, tidal stream and wave energy views invited on how project costs could be reduced, […]

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Exactly the sort of innovation water companies need to be embracing’: battery storage system installed at Preston plant Two units “the size of shipping containers” are set to optimise onsite solar, provide power resilience and reduce emissions at the wastewater plant, which services 260,000 homes and businesses in North West England. A 2MW battery storage […]

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