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  • Tesla’s battery in Oz hops into action

    Tesla’s battery in Oz hops into action Dec 01, 2017 Jonny Bairstow Infrastructure Generation, Low Carbon 0 Image: Sergio Monti Photography / Shutterstock What Tesla claims is the world’s largest lithium ion battery has been switched on in South Australia. The 100MW energy storage facility started providing power on Thursday, a day ahead of its official activation […]

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  • UK Government closes fracking legal loophole

    UK Government closes fracking legal loophole Nov 30, 2017 Priyanka Shrestha Policy Legislation, Coal, Gas Oil, Top Stories 0 Image: Shutterstock The UK Government said it has closed a loophole in legislation concerning fracking projects. Energy Minister Richard Harrington has presented a new direction, which ensures the Oil and Gas Authority consults with the Department […]

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  • RBS saves 10 tonnes of emissions with clean heat

    RBS saves 10 tonnes of emissions with clean heat Nov 30, 2017 Jonny Bairstow Low Carbon, Markets Finance 0 Image: Thinkstock The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has saved more than 10 tonnes of carbon emissions in the last year through an efficient heating innovation. The bank installed Endo Enterprises’ EndoTherm technology across three of […]

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