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It is worth repeating; there is no energy without water. Obvious examples that spring to mind, including hydropower (throughput), nuclear (cooling) and marginal gas (fracturing), certainly support the maxim, but less well known is the fact that water is also … Continue reading
The EU has released the 2050 Energy Roadmap. This suggests five decarbonisation scenarios. Please tell us which of these you would like to see happening. You may select two answers.
The renewal of the nuclear energy debate has spurred a great deal of discussion, not least as it has provided a pertinent and powerful comparison for those promoting energy efficiency and savings – just how many nuclear power plants could … Continue reading