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Thirsk manufacturer saves 13 tonnes of CO2 each year after tech investment

Thirsk manufacturers, GSM Graphic Arts, have installed a 55kW roof-mounted system that will deliver 43,000 kWh of electricity, saving over 13 tonnes of CO2 every year. The brand-new solar photovoltaic systems were installed as an alternative to on-site diesel generators and substations, which didn’t fit in with the company’s green values. From

Nexus chosen by renewable energy and environment experts

A team of global experts in alternative fuels and emissions reduction have joined Nexus, the University of Leeds’ innovation hub, to develop an international platform for the sector. Liber Larus, which specialises in top-level knowledge exchange for researchers and technical consultancy for businesses, is also developing its own product portfolio of

Yorkshire clean energy business scoops prestigious Institute of Physics award

FeTu, an Elland-based firm whose pioneering green-energy device has global potential to slash CO2 emissions by converting waste heat into electricity, has been awarded the prestigious Institute of Physics (IOP) Business Start-up Award for its ground-breaking technology. The IOP accolade is awarded each year to a young business, chosen from across

Most business leaders say they are more environmentally focussed following COVID-19 outbreak

Almost two thirds of business leaders in Yorkshire say they are now more environmentally conscious in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research released today. The survey, jointly commissioned by B2B energy suppliers Opus Energy and Haven Power, part of Drax Group, found bosses are having to make bolder decisions as they prepare for a brave

Smith Brothers begins construction on second Arlington Energy battery storage site

Arlington Energy’s colossal 1GW UK portfolio of energy storage and gas peaker projects continues to evolve. Smith Brothers Contracting Ltd has commenced construction work at a battery site on Greenfield Road, Bedford. The independent connection provider (ICP), will oversee all private, contestable, and EPC works relating to the 40MW assignment – from

Wallace and Gromit’s favourite Wensleydale cheese waste to heat 4,000 homes

Iona Capital, a low carbon sustainable fund manager, has secured a deal with the Wensleydale Creamery to produce over 10,000 MWh of energy per year from a by-product of cheese making. The new feedstock agreement will see Iona’s Leeming Biogas plant in North Yorkshire process whey permeate, a valuable by-product produced

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