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Power returning to customers after large Albany County outage

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Power was returning to customers in Albany County Monday evening.

Has case for storing carbon in depleted North Sea oil fields been made?

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AFTER the firm leading Scotland’s flagship Acorn carbon capture and storage project made a significant advance last week excitement is growing about the potential of the scheme but probably not by enough to silence doubters.
The Acorn scheme is expected to involve using depleted North Sea oil and gas fields to store carbon dioxide to help clean up what are seen as hard to decarbonise industries and support the development of clean hydrogen fuel.
Champions reckon such projects could play a big part in the fight against climate change and hold out the prospect that they could generate or support thousands of jobs across the supply chain.

Brits feel 'left out of the loop on climate change'

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A new study by National Grid revealed that 37% of UK adults feel humankind have passed the point of no return when it comes to climate change, with 10% believing it will never be solved.
National Grid has linked the British public’s pessimism towards a greener future to the lack of knowledge about the positive steps that have been taken to protect the environment.
The study found that 42% of Brits incorrectly believe Britain only gets 10% of its electricity from low and zero-carbon energy sources, when the country’s electricity is actually made up of 55% clean energy.
Similarly, close to a quarter of Brits believe the country generates 51-70% of its electricity from fossil fuels when the figure stands at 36%.

Jacobs/Morrison Utility Services Joint Venture Awarded Position on National Grid's Six-year Transmission Substation Delivery Framework


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DALLAS, April 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Jacobs (NYSE:J)/Morrison Utility Services Joint Venture (JV) has been awarded a place on National Grid's six-year Substations Engineering Procurement Construction Framework in the U.K. The framework will provide collaborative and long-term support through program management, early contractor involvement, design and construction to deliver National Grid's performance-based substation regulatory program under RIIO-T2, where revenue generated is realized through a combination of incentives, innovation and outputs. National Grid estimates the contract value at $1.3 billion (£1 billion).
As principal designer and principal contractor, the Jacobs/Morrison Utility Services Joint Venture will deliver new build, extension, replacement and decommissioning of high voltage electricity substations. The framework aims to develop the transmission network to maintain security of supply, while facilitating the ongoing transition to and connection of low-carbon generation and renewable technology.

Panorama - UK pipeline for renewable energy and storage projects grows to 86GW - Renewable Energy Magazine, at the heart of clean energy journalism

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Tuesday, 20 April 2021
The latest figures from Cornwall Insight's Renewables Pipeline Tracker reveal the pipeline of renewable energy and storage projects across England, Scotland and Wales currently stands at 86 GW.
The research also shows 40.6 GW of sites are classified with a development status of "scoping". This is where sites are yet to submit a planning application but have a grid connection option confirmed through National Grid's Transmission Entry Capacity (TEC) Register. These scoping sites have been added to Cornwall Insight's analysis to account for the major increase in activity seen for early-stage projects, particularly offshore wind sites.
According to the Renewables Pipeline Tracker, a further 13.5 GW of pipeline capacity is currently classified as "application submitted" and awaiting planning approval; capacity classified as "awaiting construction" totals 24.5GW. Capacity classified as "under construction" stands at 7.8 GW.

QLM lands £3M seed fund for quantum lidar gas imaging


QLM lands £3M seed fund for quantum lidar gas imaging
20 Apr 2021
QLM Technology, the Bristol, UK, company developing quantum lidar cameras, has raised £3.1 million in seed funding.
The injection of new cash - provided by lead investor Green Angel Syndicate but also featuring a local private equity club and Houston-based oil technology firm ChampionX, among others - is set to help QLM expand its technical and commercial teams, achieve industrial validation and orders, and boost its patent portfolio.
“The multidisciplinary consortium of green investors, technology accelerators, and oil and gas industry professionals shares QLM’s vision of enabling organisations to achieve Net Zero (sic) through mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions,” announced the startup, which is in the process of launching its first commercial cameras.

The Home Depot, The Hershey Company, and NRG Sign Solar Power Purchase Agreements with National Grid Renewables' Noble Project in Texas


The Home Depot, The Hershey Company, and NRG Sign Solar Power Purchase Agreements with National Grid Renewables' Noble Project in Texas
Project to offset CO2 emissions by ~450,000 metric tons annually, will utilize First Solar Series 6 modules
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MINNEAPOLIS, April 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of this year's Earth Day celebration, National Grid Renewables has announced the signing of three solar power purchase agreements (PPAs) for the Noble Project (Noble) currently under construction in Denton County, Texas. Noble consists of 275 megawatts (MW) of solar and 125 megawatt hours (MWh) of battery storage. The Home Depot and NRG have each executed individual 100 MW solar PPAs, and The Hershey Company has contracted for a 50 MW solar PPA.

Wokingham Lib Dems weigh in on huge Barkham solar farm plan

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Cllr Sarah Kerr, Liberal Democrat, has argued the plan for the solar farm should be viewed separately from the council's plans to tackle climate change. Credit: UGC / Wokingham Borough Council
Wokingham Liberal Democrats have joined the Labour Party in criticising the council’s plans for a massive solar farm in BARKHAM.
A plan to convert Barkham Farms into a solar farm with approximately 72,000 panels was submitted by Wokingham Borough Council on its planning portal on Thursday, April 8.
The council has argued the solar farm would provide the borough with much needed green energy.
However, the effectiveness of the proposed solar farm in cutting carbon emissions has been questioned by the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats.

Coping with Covid: Fleets and suppliers reveal how they dealt with the pandemic

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The past 12 months following the first ‘stay at home’ Covid-19 instruction have thrown up countless challenges for fleet decision-makers.
Some have seen a surge in demand for services, resulting in a need to co-opt more vehicles at short notice to cope with requirements. Others have seen field-based staff now working from home, with their cars barely turning a wheel.
During the height of the pandemic, UK organisations stepped up to help save lives and keep the country running. 
These progressive essential services companies range from bluelight to postal, delivery firms to telecommunications, and utilities to housing associations. 

Sweet Deal—Hershey, Others Have Solar Pacts

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Sweet Deal—Hershey, Others Have Solar Pacts
A well-known chocolate maker has announced two new clean energy partnerships as the company continues to increase its sustainability efforts.
The Hershey Co. on April 20 said it has power purchase agreements (PPAs) to take electricity from two solar projects, one in North Carolina and another in Texas. Hershey, like many corporate power customers, has set a goal to reduce its carbon footprint and has begun investing in renewable energy developments. The Pennsylvania-based snacks producer on Tuesday said the projects “will support the company’s recently announced science-based targets commitments to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.”

London close: Tobacco makers lead stocks lower on US regulatory fears


London close: Tobacco makers lead stocks lower on US regulatory fears
Tue, 20th Apr 2021 16:15
(Sharecast News) - London stocks were well below the waterline at the close on Tuesday, dragged down by heavy losses in tobacco makers' shares following a Wall Street Journal report that the US administration was mulling capping the level of nicotine in cigarettes.
The FTSE 100 ended the session down 2% at 6,859.87, and the FTSE 250 was off 1.7% at 22,108.55.
Sterling was in the red as well, last falling 0.24% against the dollar to $1.3952, and sliding 0.28% on the euro to €1.1587.
"Stocks in Europe appear to have run out of steam after the gains of the last seven weeks, with profit taking appearing to be the order of the day, with losses in excess of 1% across the board," said CMC Markets analyst Michael Hewson.

How liquid gas can help dairy producers cut emissions and costs

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Dairy producers face the same pressures as any business, they need to watch their bottom line, reduce overheads and make sure they’re running as efficiently as possible. However, the most pressing issue that’s come to light over recent years, is the need to minimise their impact on the environment and futureproof their operations.

Athol Daily News - Red Cross offering free smoke alarms

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Red Cross offering free smoke alarms
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The American Red Cross of Massachusetts is on a mission to make more than 600 homes across the state safer between now and May 8.
Volunteers will meet with residents by appointment – either virtually or socially distanced outside their homes – to share crucial fire safety information, help create an escape plan, and practice a two-minute drill for free. In some communities, the Red Cross is working with partner fire departments to offer free smoke alarm installations when it becomes safe to do so.
“Home fires remain the most frequent disaster during COVID-19, yet most of us don’t realize we have just two minutes to safely escape,” said Holly Grant, CEO of the Red Cross of Massachusetts, in a prepared statement. “We’re still spending more time than ever inside during the pandemic, so it’s critical that we help our neighbors protect themselves from these everyday disasters.”

Syracuse firefighters put out house fire on East Side; residents escape

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Syracuse firefighters put out house fire on East Side; residents escape
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Syracuse, N.Y. — Residents safely escaped from a burning home early Monday on Syracuse’s East Side.
The Syracuse Fire Department rushed to 760 Westmoreland Ave. at 1:04 a.m. after a caller reported a fire. Crews arrived under 3 minutes later, firefighters said, and found a “heavy” fire engulfing the one-story, one-family home.
The people inside the home escaped before firefighters arrived. One resident was evaluated by American Medical Response, firefighters said.
The fire quickly spread from the first floor into the attic, forcing firefighters to cut a hole in the roof to free the heat and smoke filling the house, firefighters said. It was so smoky inside the home that the firefighters working inside could not see, firefighters said.

What has COVID-19 taught us about decarbonized electricity grids?

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What has COVID-19 taught us about decarbonized electricity grids?
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This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum.
Author: Luis Badesa, Research Associate, Imperial College London & Goran Strbac, Professor of Electrical Energy Systems, Imperial College London
In early 2020, COVID-19 lockdowns led to reduced electricity demand around the world.
In Great Britain, the majority of the demand was covered by renewables, but this generation mix temporarily compromised the stability of the grid.
These insights into a future of decarbonized grids highlight the challenges we face but also how we might solve them.

Grenfell Tower residents treated as 'sub class citizens'


Grenfell Tower residents raised concerns about fire safety months before the fatal disaster but their fears were ignored and they were treated as 'sub class citizens', an inquiry has heard.  
Lee Chapman, the secretary of the Grenfell leaseholders' association, said he had raised concerns about bare gas pipes being run through the stairwell of the building - the only fire escape - during upgrade works in spring 2017.
However he was repeatedly refused an independent fire assessment of the building by the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO). 
Mr Chapman told the inquiry: 'I feel that the way that these concerns were handled is a good reflection of the culture within the TMO and the attitude that it had towards Grenfell Tower residents at the time.

The nuclear power plant that shut 30 years ago but still towers over a Welsh village


The nuclear power plant that shut 30 years ago but still towers over a Welsh village
Despite it being closed for decades, it still employs people and could soon create work for more, but it remains a fiercely controversial development
05:00, 18 APR 2021
Trawsfynydd Power Station in Gwynedd (Image: Daily Post Wales)
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Fredonia Home Damaged In Electrical Fire | News, Sports, Jobs

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FREDONIA — An electrical fire on Friday evening led to damages at a home on Eagle Street.
Firefighters report around 8:10 p.m., they responded to a working fire at the location with Engine 15 and Tower 18. Fredonia firefighters commenced an interior attack and were able to bring the fire under control in a short time.
East Town of Dunkirk Fire was called for interior firefighters. City of Dunkirk Engine 4 and Car 2 were on standby at Fredonia Fire Headquarters.
National Grid and Alstar ambulance responded. The County Fire Investigation Team was requested. Fredonia Police assisted in traffic control.
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