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Energy price cap proposals: interest groups urge caution

Consumer group and industry leaders are warning that Theresa May could drive energy prices for vulnerable consumers even higher if she places...

Improved manganese removal for Scottish water works

Scottish Water has announced the completion of a £16 million upgrade to water...

Programme launched to mass manufacture fuel cell stacks for hydrogen cars

A pan-European programme has been launched to drive down the cost of hydrogen cars by developing the mass manufacture of fuel cell stacks. ...

Independent energy generators turn to battery storage to drive renewable energy revolution

Energy entrepreneurs outside the traditional supply sector are turning to battery storage and winning four fifths of long-term battery contracts...

Swansea professor develops sustainable desalination membrane

 A Swansea University chemical engineering professor has developed a self-cleaning membrane for sustainable water desalination.

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...

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