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PV for biodiversity

PV for biodiversity

Keeping track of the upcoming ecological sustainability regulations and recommendations and their impact on the solar industry is a real challenge. But simply relying on the belief that solar is ‘green’ enough because of the zero carbon electricity it produces is no longer enough. In her latest article, Ragna Schmidt-Haupt investigates how the protection and restoration of biodiversity and ecosystems is likely to be of particular focus for solar PV.

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Realising the value of reducing electricity consumption in the home

In his previous blog, Benjamin Lock wrote about how energy efficiency can help avoid distribution ne...

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A New Player Has Entered the Game: How Offshore Wind May be Entering Its Next Phase

After a very interesting deal was concluded last month for Hollandse Kust Zuid by chemicals giant BA...

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2021-08-09 Forget averages

Forget averages: at £84-859/home, Core4Grid shows that a winning domestic flex strategy must be selective

Felicity Jones shares some surprising results from a recent domestic demand response trial, featuring optimisation from batteries, solar, heat & EV-charging. A great collaboration with GEO (Green Energy Options), EDF, UK Power Networks, KrakenFlex (formerly Upside Energy), HACT and Cambridge Energy Group.

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Are the high GB power prices so far in 2021 a boon or bane for battery storage and corporate PPAs?

 In this latest blog by Everoze Partner Nithin Rajavelu he looks closely into what has been going on with the wholesale energy market pricing and what this mean for battery storage.

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Domestic energy efficiency needs to be brought in from the cold

We’ve all heard reduce, reuse, recycle applied to household waste. What about household energy? Have we be paying too much attention to shifting our consumption around with fancy flexibility services and neglecting the benefits of just using a bit less? Everoze Partner, Benjamin Lock explains why his answer to this is “Maybe”.

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