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  • Monitoring is key to cutting emissions

    The big achievement of the Paris Agreement on climate change last December was getting more than 190 countries around the world to agree to a significant programme of lowering carbon emissions. But the reality is that promises are no good if not followed up by action. Nations also pledged to pursue various other policies aimed at ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Wind is key to cutting emissions

    Wind is key to cutting emissions   The wind power could help the EU meet almost a third of its emissions reduction target. A new report from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) showed that by 2020, the EU wind industry would avoid 342 million tonnes ...


    By Via Expo Ltd.

  • £16million for carbon cutting entrepreneurs

    Low carbon innovation is today being given a big injection of cash with the launch of a £16million fund for entrepreneurs to develop new ideas. The first phase of the Entrepreneurs Fund, part of a £35million fund announced earlier this year, is now open to applications. There is up to £10million available to support energy efficiency technologies such as building control ...

  • Not everything is cut and dried

    The media hype surrounding the floods of the century has ended in Austria in June this very year, but many small and medium sized companies are still struggling with the financial impact of the disaster. Even though a small portion of expenses was covered through funds, the support wears off after a couple of weeks. Therefore, TiSUN, solar thermal specialists from Söll in Tyrol, has ...


    By TiSUN GmbH

  • £21million for carbon cutting technologies

    £21million has been awarded to entrepreneurs to help bring a range of new and innovative low carbon products to market, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced today. The Energy Entrepreneurs Fund, Energy Storage competitions and Advanced Heat Storage scheme are all designed to spur on innovation in the low carbon sector, helping to support jobs and create export ...

  • Cut carbon and create jobs

    The Energy and Climate Change Committee of the U.K. House of Commons says low carbon technologies will create jobs and lower carbon dioxide emissions but the Government must act faster if the UK is to reap the economic benefits it deserves. To date, there has been disappointingly slow progress with the move towards a green economy, it adds. Launching the report, Paddy Tipping MP, Acting Chair of ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • An Energy Management System is better than budget cuts

    As public bodies look to cut expenditure to balance their budgets prominent architect and environmentalist, Duncan Stewart, today told the Irish Times why improved efficiencies from an energy management system can offer a painless alternative to cuts from wages and budgets. Ireland spends somewhere in the region of €600 Million per annum on energy costs across the public ...


    By Certification Europe

  • New Bystronic Bystar 3015 laser cutting system

    The Deer Park facility recently completed the purchase and installation of a brand new Bystronic Bystar 3015 laser cutting system. The Bystronic laser has a 4.4 kW resonator, capable of cutting 1” thick carbon steel. This new acquisition replaced the previous laser that served the facility well for over 12 years. The new laser is capable of cutting stainless steel nearly 60% faster than the ...


    By The Flexitallic Group

  • Jarshire mobile compactor cuts costs

    As a David Bellamy Gold Level Award site, Hafan y Mor Caravan Park, on the beautiful north Wales coastline near Pwllheli, has long recognised the importance of managing the environment in a responsible and sustainable way. Every aspect is covered, from saving water and promoting local transport, to eco-friendly landscaping and protecting wildlife and flowers. Energy saving and recycling is ...


  • Cutting the cost of remote power supply

    Today over 1.6 billion people are living without a regular supply of electricity. In many areas the local grid is not viable or unstable. New technology offered by Joliet in conjunction with German inverter manufacturers SMA provides complete electrification solutions for remote buildings or small villages.Joliet introduces hybrid electricity generation systems which take advantage of multiple ...


    By Joliet Technology

  • Qdos pump cuts maintenance time

    Qdos peristaltic pump technology from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group, is delivering a significant reduction in maintenance time - from 1.5 hours to just 5 minutes - at the local authority effluent plant in Selters (Westerwald), Germany. The Qdos pump is being used in preference to traditional diaphragm pumps for metering precipitants that help eliminate phosphate in wastewater. The local ...

  • Tesco cuts Clubcard points for recycling

    Tesco has stopped issuing Clubcard points for materials such as plastic and glass put into its recycling machines after people were cutting items such as plastic bottles to get more points. The machines are installed at about 40 stores in England and one in Scotland. Most machines awarded one point for every four recycled items.  Now Green Clubcard points will only be issued for aluminium ...

  • Wind energy cuts the electricity bill

    The promoting of renewable energy is at the heart of the current debate on energy policy. From an economic perspective, the question focusses on determining the cost of the feed-in tariff systems. Firstly, whether the incentives are as expensive as has been maintained in the most recent regulatory modifications, and secondly, whether the effect is similar with respect to all renewable ...

  • Small is beautiful for cutting costs and carbon

    Groundbreaking micro-CHP (combined heat & power) technology is available for the first time in the UK following a new Anglo-Japanese agreement. Greater Manchester-based sustainable power business ENER-G Combined Power Limited (www.energ.co.uk) has entered into a technology partnership with Japanese manufacturer Yanmar that will enable whole new sectors to harness low-carbon ...


    By ENER-G

  • Cutting the cloud computing carbon cost

    Cloud computing involves displacing data storage and processing from the user’s computer on to remote servers. It can provide users with more storage space and computing power that they can then access from anywhere in the world rather than having to connect to a single desktop or other computer with its finite resources. However, some observers have raised concerns about the increased ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Budget Cuts and Environmental Career Trends

    As cuts in the Public Sector populate the media, Vicky Kenrick at International Sustainability Recruitment Consultancy, Allen & York, explores how these cutbacks have highlighted the value of Environmental professionals with Health and Safety experience and skills.  In addition, Allen & York discuss the impact of the cuts to The Environment Agency and Natural ...


    By Allen & York Ltd

  • MIT analysts say European system for cutting CO2 emissions is working well

    In a bid to control greenhouse gas emissions linked to climate change, the European Union has been operating the world's first system to limit and to trade carbon dioxide. Despite its hasty adoption and somewhat rocky beginning three years ago, the EU 'cap-and-trade' system has operated well and has had little or no negative impact on the overall EU economy, according to an MIT analysis. The MIT ...

  • Silencing wind turbines - active damping system developed to cut noise

    Wind power is one of the world's fastest growing energy technologies and proponents say the electricity generated by wind turbines is clean and environmentally friendly. But opponents are quick to point out a number of drawbacks including noise pollution. Due to the humming noises they emit, these turbines operate partially to keep residents happy. Partial use, however, cuts power output. A group ...

  • New Microbiological and Environmental Monitoring System Cuts Risk for Batch Rejection

    VelQuest Corporation, world leader in lab execution systems for the pharmaceutical industry, today introduced a new paperless microbiological environmental monitoring system for manufacturers in life science industries. SmartLab EM™ was developed in collaboration with quality control personnel at top ...


    By VelQuest Corporation

  • Hybrid system could cut coal-plant emissions in half

    Original story at MIT News Most of the world’s nations have agreed to make substantial reductions in their greenhouse gas emissions, but achieving these goals is still a considerable technological, economic, and political challenge. The International Energy Agency has projected that, even with the new ...

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