Article list for the ‘Technology’ Category

The Hydrogen Economy

Hydrogen gas is increasingly discussed as the “fuel for the future” but what are the opportunities and challenges.

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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) – using geology to fight climate change

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A guest blog by Mark Wilkinson, Senior Lecturer in Geological Carbon Storage at the University of Edinburgh, on Carbon Capture and Storage.

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The case for a Clean Energy Alliance

The low-carbon energy sectors – efficiency, most renewables, CCS and nuclear – should work together more strategically

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Being pro-nuclear does not undermine climate and energy goals

Our response to Sussex Uni. Being pro-nuclear does not effect decarbonisation and renewables. It doesn’t matter to the climate how we decarbonise, it just matters that we do.

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Floating wind-farms – unlocking energy on the ocean

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Harnessing the world’s wind has developed into one of the most successful methods for generating renewable electricity and now floating wind-farms present even greater opportunities.

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July 2016: Weinberg Next Nuclear summer newsletter

http://www.the-weinberg-foundation.org/2016/07/21/our-summer-newsletter/ Articles on: a progressive narrative for a pro-nuclear civil society movement;why there is such strong anti-nuclear feeling in Germany; prospects for nuclear power in the UK.

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October 2015: Committee on Climate Change report on electricity scenarios

The Committee on Climate Change sensibly calls for an ‘all of the above’ approach to decarbonisation.

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Stephen on Nuclear for Climate

Stephen on why nuclear…..

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19 August 2015: Europe needs more gas so should develop shale gas

My article for Interfax Global Energy on why shale gas is part of the way forward for climate and energy policy.

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Can algae save the world?

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The potential of seaweed, a new generation of biofuel, to contribute to mitigating the climate and energy crises.

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