Wind energy myths lead British public to over-estimate renewables costs


Source: BusinessGreen 2 March 2015
Wind energy myths lead British public to over-estimate renewables costs

The avalanche of negative media stories that has sought to bury the UK's wind energy industry hasn't had much of an impact on the sector's popularity

The way the NHS manages A&E problems is not fit for purpose


Source: Health Service Journal 2 March 2015
The way the NHS manages A&E problems is not fit for purpose

In researching the recent problems in accident and emergency performance, I was struck by the way the NHS is managing the situation.

ElringKlinger may cancel electric car contract: CEO


Source: Reuters 2 March 2015
ElringKlinger may cancel electric car contract: CEO

ElringKlinger may try to terminate a contract to supply a major customer with components for electric cars to halt continued E-Mobility losses.

Under the sun: Australia's largest solar farm set to sprout in a Queensland field


Source: The Guardian 2 March 2015
Under the sun: Australia's largest solar farm set to sprout in a Queensland field

As a barrister acting in some Australia’s biggest defamation cases, Angus Gemmell encountered power in various forms: political, military, celebrity.

Digitised Healthcare – NHS England’s 5-Year Plan


Source: Salus Digital 27 February 2015
Digitised Healthcare – NHS England’s 5-Year Plan

“We have to start thinking about how technology is being used in our everyday lives and how we can apply it in healthcare settings."

Giant turbines driving down offshore wind costs, study finds


Source: BusinessGreen 27 February 2015
Giant turbines driving down offshore wind costs, study finds

Energy from offshore wind farms is almost 11 per cent cheaper than three years ago, putting the industry well on course to meet government targets.

Driving Finance for Energy Efficiency Investment


Source: The Energy Collective 27 February 2015
Driving Finance for Energy Efficiency Investment

Recently, the Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group convened by the European Commission, launches its final energy efficiency report.

Ericsson sues Apple for telecom patent infringement


Source: Reuters 27 February 2015
 Ericsson sues Apple for telecom patent infringement

Swedish mobile telecom gear maker Ericsson is suing Apple Inc for patent infringement, Ericsson said on Friday.

UK backs £315m renewable energy projects


Source: The Guardian 27 February 2015
UK backs £315m renewable energy projects

More than a dozen new onshore wind farms are to receive financial backing through the coalition government’s reformed renewable incentive scheme.

28 cleanest cities in the world


Source: TreeHugger 27 February 2015
28 cleanest cities in the world

From Stockholm to Sydney to Singapore, these 28 cities work hard to keep things clean and green. Is your city on the list?

Clean power is on its way for data centers as a service, too


Source: Gigaom 27 February 2015
Clean power is on its way for data centers as a service, too

Using clean energy to power data centers is becoming increasingly commonplace, and it’s not just for huge Internet companies like Apple and Google.

Cameron's climate envoy blames big six energy firms for green deal's failure


Source: BusinessGreen 26 February 2015
Cameron's climate envoy blames big six energy firms for green deal's failure

The big six energy companies undermined the government’s flagship programme to upgrade the energy efficiency of Britain’s housing stock.

Telco giants to demonstrate next phase of IP comms at MWC 2015


Source: Telecoms 26 February 2015
Telco giants to demonstrate next phase of IP comms at MWC 2015

Some of the world’s leading operators are uniting with rich communication services (RCS) vendor Jibe at Mobile World Congress next week in Barcelona.

India’s Essel Group Commits To 12 GW Renewable Energy Capacity


Source: Clean Technica 26 February 2015
India’s Essel Group Commits To 12 GW Renewable Energy Capacity

Another Indian company has proposed to set up large-scale renewable energy capacity over the next few years.

The Argument For Nuclear Energy In Australia


Source: The Energy Collective 26 February 2015
The Argument For Nuclear Energy In Australia

The Premier of South Australia, Labor’s Jay Weatherill, has announced a Royal Commission into an expanded future role for the state in nuclear energy.

What the future NHS hospital should look like


Source: Health Service Journal 26 February 2015
What the future NHS hospital should look like

The future for many hospitals will look very different to the past: financial and clinical pressures are forcing trusts to explore new models.

This briefcase is actually a complete offgrid micro solar power system


Source: TreeHugger 25 February 2015
This briefcase is actually a complete offgrid micro solar power system

In the event of an emergency, or in the case of an offgrid adventure, this little micro power plant can help keep the lights on and the gear charged.

Worst drought on record dries up São Paulo's main water reserves


Source: The Guardian 25 February 2015
Worst drought on record dries up São Paulo's main water reserves

Water shortage in Brazil’s largest city is forcing some to hoard and recycle water as levels in the Cantareira reservoir fall to 6% of its capacity.

Scotland to deliver over £14m to support wave energy research


Source: Click Green 25 February 2015
Scotland to deliver over £14m to support wave energy research

Scotland’s first wave energy technology development body Wave Energy Scotland will receive a total of £14.3 million over the next thirteen months.

The Smart Future of Urban Mobility


Source: SustainableCities 25 February 2015
The Smart Future of Urban Mobility

The reform of urban mobility remains one of the biggest challenges confronting policy makers around the world.

Wave and tidal industry warns funding push needed to navigate choppy waters


Source: BusinessGreen 25 February 2015
Wave and tidal industry warns funding push needed to navigate choppy waters

The UK could consolidate its position as a global leader in the wave and tidal industry, but only if steps are taken to strengthen the funding policy.

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