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Radar can prevent bats flying near wind turbines
(Mon 20/07)
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have discovered that beaming a radar near wind farms prevents bats from being hit by the turbines.

Super-grid solution to EU's renewable energy supply problem
(Fri 17/07)
Energy targets set by the European Union may be difficult to achieve unless the distribution system of renewable energy in Europe is completely overhauled.

New clean coal method could avert electricity crisis
(Wed 15/07)
A groundbreaking method of generating clean energy from coal will help the UK reach 2020 emissions targets.

Scientists find low-energy way of tackling land pollution
(Tue 14/07)
A new energy saving method of treating contaminated soil has been developed by a team of UK scientists.

New report finds best and worst locations for home turbines
(Fri 10/07)
A new report from the Energy Saving Trust (EST) has identified the best and worst locations in the UK for homeowners to install micro-wind turbines.

Chemical firms want to slash oil dependence, says survey
(Mon 29/06)
Chemical firms want to slash oil dependence, says survey

UK comes second in Euro league of reduced greenhouse gas emissions
(Wed 03/06)
UK comes second in Euro league of reduced greenhouse gas emissions

Look to the past for climate change solutions
(Mon 01/06)
Research led by the University of Leicester has highlighted the value of looking back in time for tips on coping with global warming.

ZigBee in lead to become European industrial standard for smart meters.
(Fri 29/05)
ZigBee Alliance in lead to become European industrial standard for smart meters.

Mapping project to reduce roadwork chaos
(Wed 27/05)
Roadwork delays may soon be a thing of the past after a research team developed an environmentally friendly system that allows workers to virtually 'see' underground.

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Defra spends £300,000 proving rain is, indeed, nice weather for ducks
(Wed 20/05)
The Government was today accused of wasting £300,000 of taxpayers’ cash to prove that ducks like rain showers.

Bike sales booming as recession-hit travellers turn green
(Wed 13/05)
Bike sales hit record levels as recession-hit travellers turn green

Palm Oil blazes targeted as a chief CO2 culprit
(Mon 11/05)
Palm oil production processes in Asian forests significantly increase atmospheric CO2 emissions

Wind industry ready to pump £2.5bn direct into UK economy
(Tue 21/04)
£10bn ‘shovel-ready’ wind projects could lay foundation for green economy

Green expectations: Businesses need to show eco-credentials
(Sun 29/03)
Consumers still want to buy green but expect to see evidence











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