Energy

Do metropoles have more in common globally than domestically

In a recent trends report presented by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), learning from other cities could be the answer in overcoming city challenges. Whether a city resides in a developing country or not, there have always been similar struggles with the urbanisation of populations. Cities have always and will continue to face…
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Another step towards a supply crunch?

Confidence in the UK’s energy supply was questioned again this week following SSE’s decision to close three of four units at their 2GW Fiddler’s Ferry coal fired power station, in Cheshire. The decision was a significant move for the industry because SSE will now be liable to pay £33 million for breaking their contract early.…
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