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Cora MoranAugust 6, 2018
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5min1520

The world needs to dramatically reduce the amount of energy used for farming, writes Cora Moran Farming is, of course, essential to all of our lives. Over the centuries, a variety of innovations in pre-industrial agriculture, such as water mills, windmills and beasts of burden, have helped to substantially increase net available energy and increase …

Morgan EldredJuly 17, 2018
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5min1726

Artificial intelligence in renewables is driving autonomous micro-grids Artificial intelligence (AI) overall and within the renewable sector has been a hot topic for some time now. It is not a new concept. In 1950, the British mathematician and computer pioneer Alan Turing declared that one day a machine would be able to duplicate human intelligence …

Robert BrearsJuly 16, 2018
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5min1654

‘Net Zero buildings generate as much energy as they consume, writes Robert Brears Globally, energy use in buildings and for building construction represents more than a third of global final energy consumption and accounts for nearly one-quarter of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions worldwide. With rapid urbanisation, energy demand in buildings could increase by 50 per …

John KeaneJune 26, 2018
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11min1955

Much of Africa still has no access to electricity. It’s time the continent came out of the darkness, writes John Keane, CEO of Solar Aid It’s been an amazing few years for solar in Africa. If you follow the news you will have seen numerous announcements about the amount of renewables being installed across the …


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