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Capability, not capacity.

The government plans for electricity market reform (EMR) in the UK are going full steam ahead and there is a growing clarity over the form it will take. Contracts for difference are set to phase out and replace current legislation … Continue reading

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Media games

A recent article in the Telegraph was published entitled: “Wind farms will create more carbon dioxide, say scientists.” TSBE researcher Marek Kubik explains how the media machine makes headlines difficult to respond to, even if the study may be flawed. … Continue reading

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Why renewables DO reduce CO2

There’s a need to give scientists and engineers a platform to explain their research when an individual grabs hold of something and misinterprets it. One of our researchers has taken on an exercise to apply some of his research knowledge … Continue reading

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Three TSBE researchers shortlisted for prestigious competition

The TSBE is delighted to announce that three of its researchers have been shortlisted for the highly competitive SET for Britain poster competition. The national competition picks research projects that represent the very best research work in the fields of … Continue reading

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London Business School Summit

The London Business School hosted the 9th Annual Global Energy summit on the 30th November 2012, drawing over 350 participants and forming a diverse public arena for the debate of current trends, challenges and opportunities in the energy space. The … Continue reading

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