Monthly Archives: February 2016

Airborne wind turbines

I recall someone asking a while ago for a review of airborne wind turbines (often known by the acronym AWES as in Airborne Wind Energy Systems), which I never got around to doing. But no time like the present. So, what … Continue reading

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Hinkley delayed….again…best get used to hearing that!

The government’s policy regarding nuclear energy is at risk of unravelling. The final okay for Hinkley C has now been delayed by EDF energy. Despite the masses of money thrown at them by the government, EDF are hesitant because it … Continue reading

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