Category: The Renewable Energy Hub Blog

Why is Australia Suffering a Shocking Bushfire Season? 0

Why is Australia Suffering a Shocking Bushfire Season?

As Australia’s bushfires continue to burn the world looks on in horror. There are many competing arguments being made about the principle causes of the human and environmental tragedy of this unprecedented bushfire season....

Fukushima Plans to Transform itself into a Renewable Energy Hub 0

Fukushima Plans to Transform itself into a Renewable Energy Hub

Fukushima in North-East Japan will always be remembered as the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident for a quarter of a century. Nine years later Fukushima is planning to reinvent itself as a...

What you Need to Know When Buying Solar Panels in 2020 0

What you Need to Know When Buying Solar Panels in 2020

So, you’ve decided to go solar but have no idea how large a system your roof can support or even whether your home is suitable. No doubt you have lots of questions such as...

UK Hits Renewable Energy Milestone in 2019 0

UK Hits Renewable Energy Milestone in 2019

For the first time since the industrial revolution the amount of zero carbon power the UK generated in 2019 outstripped that from fossil fuels for a full 12 months making it the UK’s cleanest...

What was Achieved in the Latest UN Climate Talks? 0

What was Achieved in the Latest UN Climate Talks?

A compromise deal was agreed in what were the longest United Nations climate talks on record. Weary delegates finally reached an agreement on the crucial question of increasing the global response to curbing carbon....

Nottingham Set to Become the UK’s First Carbon-Neutral City by 2028 0

Nottingham Set to Become the UK’s First Carbon-Neutral City by 2028

As international concerns mount over the environmental issues facing the world today, Nottinghamshire have taken steps to ensure that everything is being done to tackle climate change. The environment is more and more at...

City Parks Have Potential to Heat 50,000 Homes Using Heat Pumps 0

City Parks Have Potential to Heat 50,000 Homes Using Heat Pumps

The many parks and playing fields of Glasgow have long been the pride of the city but now scientists believe they could be its power too. Calculations by engineers indicate that having heat pumps...

Plans Go Ahead for Green Housing Revolution 0

Plans Go Ahead for Green Housing Revolution

Homes, both new and existing, account for 20% of greenhouse gas emissions in the UK making the reduction of carbon emissions from new homes essential to meeting the Government’s net zero emissions target. At...

How Scottish Power Plans to Boost the Green Energy Capacity on its Wind farm Sites 0

How Scottish Power Plans to Boost the Green Energy Capacity on its Wind farm Sites

Scottish Power has announced it plans to put solar panels and batteries next to its wind turbines up and down the country. Their plan is to ‘squeeze maximum potential’ from clean energy sources to...

Does the UK Already have the Technology to be Zero Carbon? 0

Does the UK Already have the Technology to be Zero Carbon?

The Campaign against Climate Change believes that net global emissions of greenhouse gases must be reduced to zero as quickly as possible and that this should be the main goal of the entire global...