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Green light for 50MW solar power plant in Jordan

The US$76 million Mafraq 1 solar power plant, one of four solar schemes approved by the Jordanese government in the second round of its solar...

Consent awarded for Anglesey tidal energy installation

Consenting authority Natural Resources Wales has approved a marine licence...

London Assembly considers payback scheme for plastic water bottles

Unacceptable volumes of plastic water bottles littering London and the...

London’s excess rubbish to help power Stockholm

In a milestone agreement, London waste management company Powerday is sending up to 170,...

BT expands use of renewables with major wind farm agreement

British telecommunications and digital service provider BT has signed a power purchase...

End of an era for UK Renewables Obligation scheme

The Renewables Obligation (RO) scheme – one of the UK Government’s main support mechanisms for large-scale renewable electricity...

Business opens in England for non-household retail water market

On 1 April 2017, most businesses and organisations in England gained the ability to choose which company would supply their retail water services...

Companies can buy good equipment and services, but not necessarily good security

The need to protect against cyber attacks has never been more important to the water sector. Now water engineers can gain the latest information...

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