Category Archives: Energy meteorology

Some thoughts on future energy supply, such as an “Instantaneous Energy Market”

By: Peter Cook We all know that it’s time to stop using fossil fuels, due to the greenhouse gasses emitted and the finite amount of these fuels.  Many renewable sources of energy are now being adopted but a lot of … Continue reading

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Our changing energy system: what happens at times of high demand?

 By: Hannah Bloomfield It is getting near to Christmas, which means the decorations are coming out, the nights are drawing in, and even Scrooge has conceded that it’s probably time to put the heating on. In winter the UK has … Continue reading

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Weather, Climate and Energy

By David Brayshaw  A secure, reliable and relatively affordable electricity supply is an essential part of modern life in many parts of the world.  When charging an iPad, for example, one expects that power will be available at the flick … Continue reading

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