Tag Archives: energy

Developing Countries Lead the Way in Renewable Energy Development

A decade ago, it was the world’s wealthiest countries that accounted for the bulk of investment in renewable energy. However, since then, developing nations are today leading the way in a world where electricity demand increases while technology costs fall. … Continue reading

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Real Time GB Electricity Data

Any geographers out there teaching about energy might like to give some attention to the ‘MyGridGB’ web site which has been set up by Doctor Andrew Crossland. The site displays the real time changes in the way electricity is generated in Great Britain,  … Continue reading

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Ashden Awards For Sustainability Projects

The @AshdenAwards 2016 are now open for applications. Ashden is a charity that champions and supports sustainable energy projects across the world, and the UK schools section may be of interest to institutions that are developing sustainable energy projects of … Continue reading

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Idiots Guide To Fracking

A lot has been written recently about the subject of ‘fracking’ – a topic that was previously unknown to me.  Here are just a few notes that outline some the key facts and issues involved. The term ‘fracking’ is an … Continue reading

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