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July 26th, 2016

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Electrical energy storage at a glance

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Amidst growing interest in electrical energy storage, it’s often unclear what the it means. Here’s a quick guide to the three main categories. Read more

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August 21st, 2015

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Glasgow turns to home energy storage to cut pollution

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Glasgow (Kentucky) is using decentralised home energy storage to cut pollution & provide utility scale energy management. Read more

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May 2nd, 2015

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Power(wall) to the people!

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Does Tesla’s offer of cheap electricity storage put the writing on the wall for fossil fuels and nuclear power? Read more

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April 15th, 2015

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District Heating and CHP – why engaging users is critical

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After years of talk, district heating and CHP appear to be coming of age with schemes being planned across the UK. But new evidence suggests that to realise the full benefits end users need to be at the heart of the development process from the get-go. Climate Works is working with Lantern (UK) Ltd to establish the most effective way of doing this. Read more

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February 12th, 2015

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CWL news Feb 2015

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From government funding for urban renewable energy to the role of the Merton Rule in local planning policy, a new tool for processing local energy data and innovations in energy storage.

Plus why is E.ON splitting its brand? and Bristol kicks off the year as European Green Capital.

Here’s our latest newsletter.

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January 19th, 2015

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Battery to the future – new innovations in electricity storage

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Progress and innovation in electricity storage looks set to increase in 2015 as a range of new technologies at the domestic and grid scale come on stream. Read more

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December 19th, 2014

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E.ON splits brand to focus on renewables & energy efficiency

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Is E.ON’s move market repositioning or an indication of a more fundamental response to growing pressure on the fossil fuel sector? Read more

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January 31st, 2014

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Is reciprocal assistance the key to cutting energy costs in the public sector & businesses?

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New approaches to marketing suggest there may be better ways of raising energy awareness amongst staff and cutting energy costs. Read more

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October 22nd, 2013

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The only way is up. What rising energy costs mean for businesses, communities & households

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With a deal on new nuclear energy finally agreed it’s now official; energy is going to get much more expensive in the UK. For businesses, communities and households, stepping off the energy escalator is more pressing than ever. Read more

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September 9th, 2013

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High Speed 2 – might less be Moore when it comes to better connectivity?

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The Government may be defending HS2, but there are plenty who think the wheels have already come off this project. Read more

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