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Greenbyte’s Blades of Fortune Wind Power Quiz

 

 

Which country is home to the windiest city in the world? Which famous statue is roughly as tall as a 2MW wind turbine tower? What percentage of global electricity is supplied by wind power?

 

 

Trivia buffs hooked on Wind energy knowledge can now test their expertise in the ultimate Wind Power Quiz Blades of Fortune .

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Renewable Energy Marketplace, Westpoint Arena, Exeter

Find find out everything you need to know about renewable energy and energy efficiency at the Renewable Energy Marketplace (http://www.regensw.co.uk/renewable-energy-marketplace). They have talks open to everyone on the different technologies available, the opportunities for landowners and farmers.

 

Ways to engage in energy issues and community energy. Find out how to reduce your energy costs Test drive a green car (choose from Renault, BMW, Tesla,

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To lower electricity bills Quickes moves to renewable energy

Ellen Rodger and Mary Quick in the cheese store powered by solar PV

50 kW PV system keeps Devon cheese-maker’s refrigerators cold and bills low

Devon-based cheese maker Quickes Traditional – which uses electricity 24 hours a day, seven days a week – has joined the growing list of food manufacturers that are turning to renewable energy to drive down their energy costs by getting a 200-panel solar PV system installed.

“We use electricity continuously,” said Adam

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Turning food waste into energy is becoming a reality

Sustainable energy and waste management are two of the top contenders in any discussion of priorities for consideration in the UK, and another step has been taken towards addressing those priorities. It’s called AD (anaerobic digestion) and it involves turning food waste into electricity.

Tamar Energy Ltd, launched in February this year, is a company focused on producing energy from organic waste. The company is

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How your home can help the environment

You have probably been doing your part for a cleaner, greener world, but did you know that your home can pitch in now, too?

Green homes and renewable energy in the UK are the strongest trend to hit the real estate market as of late, but there are simple and inexpensive improvements you can make even if you’re not putting your house on the market.

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