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Renewable Energy is energy that can be harvested from a renewable source, such as wind, rain, sunlight, waves, tides and geothermal heat. The renewable energy association attempt to increase the UK’s use of renewable sources. ‘More renewable energy in the UK means less reliance on energy imports, more jobs and lower greenhouse gas emissions’. Officials in Denmark have recently decided that by 2050 they will have switched their total energy supply to 100% renewable.

Why Renewable

Fossil Fuels are non-renewable, they will eventually run out, they draw on finite resources. Meaning that they will become more expensive has the supply and demand changes.
Renewable methods are clean sources of energy that have more lower environmental impacts. Energy methods such as solar panels are attempting to replace ones that are clearly more harmful to the environment.

energy policy

What are the UK’s priorities for energy policy including electric vehicles today?

Megan Warrender of Open Access Government explores Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy, led by Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP’s, priorities for energy policy in response to COVID-19.
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Can Asia be the world’s first region to achieve energy transformation for all?

Charlotte Hugman, Climate & Energy Benchmark Research Analyst at the World Benchmarking Alliance, ponders if Asia can be the world’s first region to achieve energy transformation for all.
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Global Aqua Survey Ltd discuss marine engineering in Taiwan

Global Aqua Survey Ltd possess a full range of sonar equipment and are leading the way with Taiwan's marine engineering sector and offshore projects.
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A glimpse at the priorities for energy policy in the UK

Here, we examine the priorities for energy policy in the UK, with a focus on the work of The Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in this vein.
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Policy insight: The climate and energy ambitions of Denmark

Here, we provide an update on the climate and energy ambitions of Denmark, focussing on the thoughts of Minister of Climate, Energy and Supply, Dan Jørgensen about these vital policy areas.
Asia Analysis April 2020

Asia Analysis – April 2020 edition

In this April 2020 edition of Asia Analysis, we hear from Agnieszka Kuczynska from AGH University of Science and Technology, who charts the prominence of digital transformation in Japan and the European Union today.

Carbalyst: Sustainable production of low carbon and renewable fuels

Carl De Maré discusses how Carbalyst produce low carbon and renewable fuels through fermenting industrial process gasses from the iron and steel industry.
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Coronavirus outbreak has serious impact on solar industry

Here, the Renewable Energy Hub, discusses how the recent coronavirus outbreak has had a significant impact on the solar industry across the globe.

Ultra-high reflection seismic survey before offshore wind farm construction

Gwo-shyh Song, Associate Professor at the National Taiwan University, explains research taking place concerning ultra-high reflection seismic survey before offshore wind farm construction.
energy crisis

Is the world in the midst of an energy crisis?

Azem Hoti, Engineering Recruitment Specialist at VHR Global Technical Recruitment, explores the extent to which the world is in the midst of an energy crisis. One area explored concerns Taiwan’s first commercial offshore wind farm.
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Homeowners could save money and save the planet by switching to renewables

There are some great options for getting low-carbon heat and energy into your home, but which technologies are best, and what are the limitations? Darren McMahon, marketing director at Viessmann, shares a brief overview.
technology industry

Why must the technology industry drive a more sustainable future?

David Watkins, Solutions Director at VIRTUS Data Centres, looks at what the technology industry and data centres should be doing to work towards a greener future and how they should be using renewables.
green transport

Why solar power is the linchpin of clean, green transport

Thomas Newby, Chief Operations Officer at Tonik Energy, discusses the role renewable energy has to play in ensuring regions can meet the power demand for green transport.
2020 Asia Analysis

January 2020 Asia Analysis

The January 2020 Asia Analysis highlights the work of Katsunobu Kato, Japanese Minister for Health, Labour and Welfare, and the healthcare challenges he faces in regulating Japan’s forward-thinking approach to regenerative medicine.
Fossil free local city area development with Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) at Vinge in Denmark

Fossil free city progression in the town of Vinge, Denmark

The fossil free local city area development with Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) at Vinge in Denmark with help from Green Island.
healthy economic development

Rebooting the economic engine: Fostering healthy economic development

Jocelyn Blériot – Executive Lead, International Institutions & Governments, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, shares his thoughts on how fostering healthy economic development while addressing the challenges faced on the environmental front involves co-creation mechanisms between the private and the public sector.
Thermo-Catalytic Reforming

Thermo-Catalytic Reforming: Converting biogenic residues into products for a low carbon economy

Dr.-Ing. Robert Daschner from Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Institute Branch Sulzbach-Rosenberg, describes experiences from scale-up to validate technology and process into industrially relevant environments.
efficient use of green energy

InRel-Npower: Towards more efficient use of green energy

Here, Gaudenzio Meneghesso, discusses how to innovate and move towards a more efficient use of green energy.
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Green gas keeps climate change at bay

Bjarne Bogner, CEO of EC Power, discusses how green gas is the answer to fighting climate change, and which role wind and solar power play.
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Renewable energy to underpin Asian emerging economies’ growth

Malcolm Brinded CBE FREng, Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, Chair of EngineeringUK and former President of the Energy Institute, Renewable energy asks if renewable energy will underpin Asian emerging economies’ growth.

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