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Brexit Britain’s first mass produced hydrogen truck set to be a major EU export

The start-up, which has so far raised £140million, has added a hydrogen fuel cell system to its current battery-electric HGV design. The hydrogen systems will provide a boost to the electric batteries, allowing the truck to carry heavier loads for far greater distances. According to the company, these HGVs weigh 7.5 tonnes and can travel […]

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Great white sharks found fleeing as killer orcas go on horror rampage – eight dead

Since 2017, a pair of male orcas have terrorised the Gansbaai coast in South Africa, which used to be a popular site for great white sharks to live and hunt. These creatures have killed a number of sharks and consumed their oil-rich livers and occasionally hearts, as experts study the carcasses of the fearsome predators […]

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Energy crisis fury as Britons demand Ofgem staff ‘marched back into work’ to ease bills

The Government body responsible for regulating energy markets and companies has been slammed as groups claim that Ofgem’s decision to allow its staff to work remotely has played a role to “public sector sluggishness”. Data obtained from a Freedom of Information Act request shows that in May, 85 percent of the staff were working remotely.  […]

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Energy crisis: Longest cable in WORLD will be based in Britain and power 7million homes

As part of the latest move to tackle the energy crisis, the UK has granted planning permission for XLCC’s HVDC subsea cable manufacturing operations, which will be based in Hunterston, Scotland. Once the construction is completed, the factory will begin building four 3,800km long cables as part of the Xlinks project, will connect the UK […]

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UK’s first gigafactory to ‘ramp up production’ as it strikes deal for critical EV supplies

The UK-based start up, which is currently building a 38GWh battery gigaplant in Northumberland, has struck a deal to secure a supply of cathode and anode, which are critical active battery materials. Britishvolt has signed a Memorandum of Understanding [MoU] with Posco Chemical Co. Ltd., which is a major supplier of battery materials, to secure […]

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Elon Musk is ‘missing’ – fears soar for SpaceX CEO as social media account goes silent

An avid Twitter user, and possibly the future owner of the microblogging site, Elon Musk has not tweeted for over a week. On Tuesday, the SpaceX CEO received hundreds of birthday wishes online from fans and family members, but he replied to none. The world’s richest man has spent a considerable amount of time on […]

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Octopus Energy steps in to save Netherlands with wind farms after Putin choked supplies

On 31st May, the Russian state energy behemoth Gazprom halted gas supplies flowing into the Netherlands by turning off the taps to a major Dutch trader Gasterra. This happened GasTerra refused to pay for the Kremlin’s gas in rubles. The Russian President had told “unfriendly countries” that they needed to pay for Russian gas in […]

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Russia’s horror plans to dominate North Sea foiled as melting ice break Putin’s trade grip

For decades, scientists have sounded alarms over the melting of ice in the Arctic region as a result of a warming planet. However, researchers have now found this gradual degradation of ice is set to have the unintended consequence of weakening Russia’s control over popular shipping routes. As ice-covered regions of the Arctic melt away, a new […]

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Solar storm could hit Earth TODAY as ‘crack’ opens in magnetosphere – scientists baffled

Over the weekend, the Earth was hit by a geomagnetic storm, that shocked scientists as unlike other solar storms, this one did not appear to originate from a solar flare. Usually, these storms occur due to major explosions that place on the surface of the Sun, which are referred to as solar flares. These flares […]

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Energy crisis: UK squandering opportunity to slash £1bn off bills – new damning report

As British households face the worst effects of the energy crisis, there has been a renewed push to transition the UK away from fossil fuels, as oil and natural gas costs reach record levels. This crisis is only set to worsen as Ofgem warned that it will raise the price cap of household bills to […]