Strathclyde University spin-out will start testing CoRMaT device in September
The director of a Strathclyde University marine energy spin-out has revealed that the company has signed a preliminary deal to deploy its small tidal energy devices as part of an ambitious new UK project....
National Drought Action Group warns water supplies in north of England remain low after a scant rainfall this summer which was "tough on farmers"
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Push for simplification and better alignment gains momentum during Global Climate Action Summit
Currently being piloted, Network Vision is aimed at saving generators £1m in maintenance costs while also cutting CO2