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Aviation: the green stuff – coming soon to an airfield near you

Solar Impulse recently completed the first ever circumnavigation using a solar powered aircraft. So it might be an appropriate time to review the options as regards alternative fuelled aircraft. A long standing assumption of many has been that given the very … Continue reading

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Why things change and why they stay the same

One thing that often worries me is people’s constant misunderstanding of “technology”. Many seem to think that “technology” can solve all our energy and climate related problems, be it new reactor designs, fusion power, geo-engineering or unconventional fossil fuel extraction. The … Continue reading

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