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Monday 26 June 2017
26 June 2017 - NEWS UPDATE
Renewable Energy

UK opens up more seabed to match renewable energy demand

The Crown Estate, manager of the UK seabed, has agreed 11 new leasing deals to further open up the country’s waters to match the increasing demand from the renewable energy market.

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Renewable Energy

Renewable energy generation jumps by more than a third in South West

Renewable electricity in the South West has surged by 37 per cent in the past year –enough to now power over a quarter of the region’s homes.

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Renewable Energy

Almost £300m invested in booming independent renewables sector last year

Almost £300m was invested in commercial-scale independent renewable energy projects by businesses, communities, farmers and landowners last year, new figures reveal.

Renewable Energy

Renewable energy hits all-time high of nearly 20% of UK’s electricity mix

RenewableUK says new statistics published today by the Department of Energy and Climate Change prove the case for wind power.

Renewable Energy

Green Investment Bank to launch £1 billion offshore wind fund

The Green Investment Bank (GIB) has announced plans to launch a £1 billion fund to invest in offshore wind projects in UK waters.

Renewable Energy

First for Good Energy as new Dorset solar farm goes live

Good Energy’s new solar farm at Tout Hill, near Wool, has started generating electricity for the first time.

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Renewable Energy

Green light for world's biggest wind farm

The East Anglia One offshore wind farm that is expected to support almost 2,900 jobs and bring over £520 million of investment into the UK’s economy has been given consent from the Government to go ahead.

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Wadebridge plans revolution in community energy generation

By Stephen Frankel. It is hard to image that Wadebridge was once a centre of technological innovation because the view over the estuary town from the A39 flyover offers few clues to its industrialised past.

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Illustration of the proposed Wadebridge Smart Innovation Hub designed by Bodmin based architects ARCO2