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Utility Week
8/21/2018

The water has purchased a 60kW/300kWh redT energy storage machine to install alongside a 450kWp solar PV system at one of its water treatment works. The post Anglian Water partners for solar and energy storage project appeared first on Utility Week.
Utility Week
8/21/2018

A Scottish tidal turbine has generated more power over the past year than the entire wave and tidal energy sectors in Scotland in the 12 years prior to its launch in 2016. The post Scotrenewables’ tidal turbine generates record level of power
Utility Week
8/20/2018

Thames Water has launched a three-pronged aerial attack in its hunt to find and fix leaky pipes to get back on track with its leakage targets by 2020. The post Thames Water takes aerial view to tackle leaks appeared first on Utility Week.
Utility Week
8/20/2018

More than one in five disengaged customers who took part in a collective switching trial run by Ofgem changed their energy deal, the regulator has revealed. The post Ofgem’s collective switch trial proves popular with customers appeared first
Utility Week
8/20/2018

Brewer and pub retailer Greene King was the first company to make the plunge into the world of self-supply. But it isn’t the only company to have taken this route. Utility Week takes a look at some of the other companies hoping to benefit from provi
Utility Week
8/20/2018

Founders of Look After My Bills, Henry de Zoete and Will Hodson struck a deal with Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell for the lowest amount of equity ever given away – 3 per cent for £120,000. The post Energy auto-switching service gets Dragons’ D
Utility Week
8/20/2018

The latest conversion means two thirds of the plant is now running on biomass. The post Drax completes fourth biomass conversion appeared first on Utility Week.
Utility Week
8/20/2018

The lifespan of Yorkshire Water’s underground sewers could increase by up to 50 years after the company has trialled a “no dig” gravity fed lining system in what it describes as a “world first”. The post ‘No dig’ technology increases lifespan of Yor
Utility Week
8/20/2018

Claire Perry’s home installation comes seven years after the smart meter rollout commenced in 2011. The post Energy minister Claire Perry has smart meter installed appeared first on Utility Week.
Utility Week
8/20/2018

Two-thirds of people would like to see the market share of the big six energy suppliers broken up to allow cleaner, locally owned energy systems to grow, a survey has found. The post Two-thirds want to see ‘break up’ of big six appeared

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