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The ‘Path to Sustainable Farming’ roadmap sets out a range of policy measures that will come into force over a period of seven years to help farmers adapt and plan for the future.

Pegasus Group secures planning permission for Scurf Dyke solar farm

Pegasus Group has secured planning permission for a 50MW solar and battery storage scheme in East Riding on behalf of JBM Solar Projects. East Riding...

Green carbon initiatives join forces to expand the UK market

The UK Woodland Carbon Registry and UK Peatland Code have come together to form the new UK Land Carbon Registry - a more accessible ‘one-stop-shop’ for woodland and peatland carbon schemes.

Spending Review confirms details of Government support for EV infrastructure rollout

Key electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure grant schemes have been extended and expanded, and new funding allocated for rapid charging hubs and local authorities.

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PV specialists highlight the importance of regular solar panel cleaning

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Beba Energy give PV system owners advice on the benefits of regular solar panel cleaning, 'hot-spotting' and the use of robotics.

Is it time for a surge in energy crops and non-wood biomass?

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Kevin Lindegaard, director of Crops for Energy, outlines the opportunities for energy crops and non-wood biomass, and puts forward his views on associated government policy

Renewable energy insurance expert issues warning over underinsurance risk

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Kris Johnson, a renewable energy insurance expert at Lycetts, warns that operators of renewable energy schemes could be at risk of significant financial losses due to being underinsured.

Latest in Case Studies

Sustainability is firmly at the heart of the Rhug Estate, including high standards of animal welfare, renewable heat & power generation, EV charging and a sustainable use of natural resources.

Biomethane injected into the Irish grid for the first time

Over 36,000 megawatt hours of biomethane is being supplied to the Irish gas network, produced by an anaerobic digester at a nearby pig farm

An East Anglian landowner adapts and prospers through renewables

The Raynham Estate in north Norfolk is steeped in history and since the 1500s has been a part of the Townshend family, which has...

Wiltshire dairy farm adds energy to milk production

Stowell Dairies required capital investment to improve the dairy unit at East Stowell and to meet amended slurry regulations. EnviTec Biogas UK worked with...

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