Statkraft debuts osmosis-based power plant, talks up prospects of 25MW facility
In what is being hailed as a world first, Norwegian energy giant Statkraft yesterday formally opened a prototype plant capable of generating zero-carbon energy through the power of osmosis. The plant...
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Oyak, the Turkish pension fund giant, claims to be close to finalising the proposed takeover of troubled British Steel, which fell into liquidation in May
British Gas to provide renewable gas and electricity to over 4,500 Catholic churches and schools in one of the UK's biggest ever green energy contracts