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Cornish homes take part in trial to supply clean power to grid

By Anne workforce / November 20, 2019

Project links solar-fitted premises in ‘milestone’ to form a mini virtual power plant Hundreds of homes and businesses in Cornwall have started selling electricity to their local energy network and the national energy system in a pioneering move. The trial is the first time that traditional energy users – such as homes, hotels and businesses […]


Scottish Power to build vast battery to improve wind energy supply

By Anne workforce / June 21, 2019

Energy firm says project will be big step towards continuous renewable power for UK Scottish Power is to undertake the most ambitious battery power project in Europe in an attempt to unlock the potential of the UK’s wind and solar farms. The company will connect an industrial-scale battery, the size of half a football pitch, […]


Labour’s plans for cheap green energy are no more than electric dreams

By Anne workforce / May 25, 2019

Proposals for renationalising gas and electricity are based on hopes of buying companies on the cheap Labour’s plans to renationalise water, energy and rail companies have widespread support and with good reason: these industries are failing to meet the legitimate expectations of the public. The question mark that hangs over these proposals is whether expectations […]

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