Hybrid solar thermal-heat pump on trial

With space and water heating still accounting for close to half of Europe’s primary energy demand, innovation in heat networks offers considerable scope for environmental and economic benefits. Now a hybrid demonstration project is being commissioned that features the UK’s largest solar thermal array for district heating, coupled with both heat pump and storage technology.

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Reforming Poland’s renewable industry

How will recent changes to Poland’s Renewable Energy Sources Act impact the country’s energy landscape? Ian Wood and Rob Broom from King & Wood Mallesons investigate.

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Comment: How to re-energise investment in Europe’s renewable industry

Louise Ward at Low Carbon provides an insight into how investment in renewables projects is faring across the market.

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Brexit: A storm in a teacup?

The unexpected Leave vote in the UK’s EU membership referendum left global markets reeling, but is the UK renewables industry safe? Rachel Parkes reports.

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Solar-powered irrigation: A solution to water management in agriculture?

Stéphanie Roblin explores the use of solar power in farming and explains why it could be an ideal solution to irrigation in developing countries.

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