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Category: Onshore Wind

Vicki Moore

7 tips for video call interview success on Microsoft Teams

With an increasingly mobile global workforce, video interviews are becoming commonplace. It makes sense – candidates don’t have to travel or take time off work, and technology platforms like Microsoft Teams, Skype and Zoom mean you don’t need to miss out on the face-to-face aspect of a job interview.

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Simon Cairns

Formula E charges forward

  In May 2021, Formula E is set to race for the first time ever, on the full Monaco street circuit. Having raced three times previously in Monaco, this will be the first on the traditional track. This is significant. First up, it represents a growing acceptance that electric vehicles

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Marc Eglon

Wind and Solar Overtake Coal in EU

Climate think-tank Sandbag’s sixth annual report, “The European Power Sector in 2019” highlights the rise in EU solar and wind, which overtook coal for the first time in 2019.

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Marc Eglon

SPR adding solar PV to Wind Farms in UK and Ireland

ScottishPower Renewables, a subsidiary of Iberdrola, plans to construct solar projects across their onshore wind sites throughout the UK and Ireland. Adding solar PV and battery storage seeks to maximise the generation potential for every renewables project the company develops.

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Leire Vázquez

Iberdrola construirá un proyecto renovable de 320 MW en Australia

La empresa energética invertirá aproximadamente 310 millones de euros para construir en el país un proyecto híbrido solar y eólico. Sumará una capacidad de 320 MW. El proyecto estará compuesto por un parque eólico y una planta fotovoltaica al mismo tiempo. Se localizará en el Estado de South Australia, y se estima que entre en

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Leire Vázquez

Fukushima se convertirá en un gran centro de energías renovables

Del desastre nuclear al paraíso de las renovables. El 11 de marzo de 2011 se produjo en la costa noroeste de Japón un terremoto de magnitud 9 que provocó un gran temblor. Se formó un tsunami que alcanzó e inundó la planta nuclear de Fukushima. Como medida de seguridad, los tres reactores nucleares se apagaron

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