Renewables and the National Grid

14 February 2018

Few companies can claim to be a fundamental part of everyone's day to day life. The National Grid are power system operators whose infrastructure keeps homes heated, kettles boiling and business running.

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SAUDI ARABIA: From Oil to Solar, a Shift to Renewables

13 February 2018

Life in Saudi Arabia has long been defined by the oil that flows throughout the sovereign Arab state. For decades the oil that has been pumped out has paid not just for gleaming towers and giant shopping centres but has also allowed a government sector that employs the majority of working Saudis.

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Are the Winter Olympics Sustainable?

09 February 2018

With the world’s attention on the start of the Winter Olympics today we decided to look and see how sustainable the Olympic Games really are!

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UK ELECTRICITY USE DROPS – AS REST OF THE EU RISES!

06 February 2018

The UK was the only country in Europe to reduce its electricity consumption in 2017, as power use either grew or stabilised across the other 28 members of the EU.

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