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February 23, 2021

Targeting individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds can also help ensure that no one is left behind

Actions to tackle climate change and reach net-zero have gained rapid momentum in recent months. The government’s Ten Point Plan, a new target to cut emissions and the long-awaited Energy White Paper are all part of this. And a central feature is a recognition that the UK will need to create hundreds-of-thousands of green jobs […]

February 3, 2021

Biden has notably committed to doubling renewable energy generation from the offshore wind sector by 2030

In a statement released late on Wednesday (27 January), the White House revealed that Biden’s latest executive orders detail commitments to take a “whole-of-government approach to the climate crisis” and “restore scientific integrity to federal decision-making”. Biden has established a White House Office of Domestic Climate Policy – a central team tasked with coordinating climate policy across […]

January 11, 2021

We are trying to solve a multifaceted global problem – doing this alone without collaboration is just not feasible

Energy storage remains one of the key challenges in delivering the clean energy transition and Australian company MGA Thermal thinks it has the answer. The solution? A series of modular blocks that can store energy produced from renewable sources with greater efficiency than rival technologies, and release the stored electricity when needed. Difference between renewable […]

January 6, 2021

Recent interest has been majorly driven by an urge to reduce total capital costs associated with nuclear power plants

Small modular reactors (SMR) have been gaining popularity for their flexibility and affordable power generation for a wide range of applications, including the ability to work in conjunction with other clean energy methods. Recent interest has been majorly driven by an urge to reduce total capital costs associated with nuclear power plants. A 2016 study […]

December 28, 2020

Beyond the SMRs being developed in North America, that are being discussed in other sessions during this conference

“If you compare the percentage of electricity generated with low-carbon energy sources that we had at the beginning of the century with what we have today it is more or less exactly the same – essentially about 36%. So, despite the enormous investment in renewable energy sources, it doesn’t seem that we have moved forward very much. Nuclear continues to be […]

December 15, 2020

Insights in Healthcare CRO Services Market by Industry 2020-2026| IQVIA, PRA, ICON, Syneos, Evotec, Charles River

A Contract Research Organisation, also called Clinical Research Organization (CRO) is a service organization that provides support to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in the form of outsourced pharmaceutical research services (for both drugs and medical devices). It studies different models that address the challenges faced by several industries as well as stakeholders. This Healthcare […]

December 8, 2020

The challenges posed by offshore wind power cannot be solved on the national level in the long run

The plans by the European Commission to significantly ramp up renewable energy generation at sea have been mostly welcomed by German policymakers and industry as a major contribution to emissions reduction plans, but concerns about the impact on marine ecosystems remain. The commission’s offshore strategy unveiled on Thursday 19 November says that Europe should install up to […]

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