Articles containing the tag ‘tidal power’

10 May 2010: Can the climate wait for democracy?

The world faces an urgent climate crisis. There is no time to lose. However, the UK general election has produced no winner and, at the time of writing, it is still not clear who will form the next government.

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23 February 2017: the patriotic case for climate action

My report on an impressive energy and climate speech from Lib Dem leader Tim Farron which I attended yesterday

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26 August 2014: Let’s start a European tidal lagoon industry

Energy Post has now published my article on why and how the EU should start to use its tidal resources for energy. This would have major climate, energy security and economic benefits.

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4 August 2010: the Cornish Wave Hub

This week, the 25km cable to connect the Wave Hub to the grid – effectively a giant socket into which wave machines can be plugged – is due to be laid.

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Making Britain a real low-carbon leader

Tidal Lagoon Power’s proposal for Swansea Bay is the most exciting project that I have been involved in for many years.

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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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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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