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​A biomass plant, Drax, received over £800 million in government subsidies last year at its Selby location, but its method of operation - burning wood and other forms of biomass to generate energ...

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Could Hazelnuts Be a Source of Renewable Energy?

​Hazelnuts are undoubtedly delicious and a favourite with cooks everywhere, but researchers now believe that their shells could also be a great source of potential renewable energy.Chinese scient...

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Over Half of Consumers Would Install Renewables

A new study has shown that over 50% of British consumers would be keen to adopt clean energy at home and would install their own micro renewable energy technologies to reduce their carbon footprint...

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Energy-Friendly Tariffs Not as Green as They Seem

Experts have warned that environmentally-friendly tariffs offered by energy suppliers are not always as good for the environment as they claim.   In fact, many tariffs advertised as being 100...

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2019 Was a Record Year for British Renewable Generation

The government has produced its official figures that show how the UK enjoyed a bumper year for renewable energy generation. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) showe...

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British Public Doesn't See Biomass as a Renewable Energy Source

Less than a quarter of Britons believe that biomass should be classed as a renewable energy resource, according to research carried out by YouGov.   The poll found that 55% of respondents bel...

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