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The UKs first 100% hydrogen CHP

The UKs first 100% hydrogen CHP

Posted on 19th February 2021

Generating, supplying and using renewable energy is becoming common practice and, the success of wind and solar farms, has meant that subsidies for such investments have all but stopped. Continuing their path to net zero, the UK government set clear their plans for further renewable technologies in their Energy white paper: Powering our net zero future and one of their strategies to help reach their target is to invest in hydrogen technologies and transition away from natural gas.

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Energy in 2021

Energy in 2021

Posted on 11th January 2021

This is the 4th edition of our “Energy In” series, where we look at upcoming events, key dates and news within the environmental and energy landscape for the year ahead.

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The Dark Side of Your Fish Dish

The Dark Side of Your Fish Dish

Posted on 1st December 2020

Over 500 North Korean fishing boats have been found washed up on the shores of Japan, often containing dead fisherman, over the last 5 years. These washed up vessels have been labelled “Ghost Boats”. The dead bodies aboard these ships were often decomposed beyond recognition, but it was expected that they died of starvation, hypothermia or dehydration. North Korean fishing vessels are relatively small. With a distance of 600 miles (965km) between North Korea and Japan, it raises the question of why these fishermen would risk travelling so far from their own shores.

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It's World Cogeneration Day

It's World Cogeneration Day

Posted on 4th September 2020

It is probably something you weren’t aware even existed but world cogeneration day is slowly gaining traction.

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Rumford Club Webinar hosted by CIBSE: Cameron Foley, Make Innovation Pay

Rumford Club Webinar hosted by CIBSE: Cameron Foley, Make Innovation Pay

Posted on 20th July 2020

Join us for our latest webinar on Wednesday 22nd July at 4pm.

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