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Renewable Energy

According to the International Energy Association, IEA, renewable energy is the only source of energy to continue to grow. Legislation, Government grants and pressures to reduce climate change have all had a positive impact in developing renewable energy into more mainstream business.  We need to reduce our dependence upon fossil fuels, so creative engineering is making green energy more commercially viable.

Electricity is the main type of power to be used, irrespective of the initial source of energy.  Each of the renewable energy types, ie wind, solar, hydrogen, waste to energy etc, have their own unique factors that make them more accessible to different regions across the globe.  Solar PV or solar CSR is most prevalent in countries where there is more natural sunshine, ie the Middle East, where as the natural geography of the UK makes off-shore wind power a suitable energy type.

Producing green energy is only one part of the equation, we need to consider how the electricity will be stored and transmitted. Transmission projects are due to expand in 2022. 76% of engineering companies, who responded to a Deloitte’s survey suggested that they are also looking at either enhancing the current transmission infrastructure or look to build new ones, this is key to getting the energy to where it needs to be and making this a marketable proposition.

Off shore windThe circular economy is critical to sustainable growth in the renewable energy industry

In 2022, end-of-life (EoL) management strategies for renewable energy industry products and materials are likely to capture attention, as early installations approach the end of their useful life. This could help reduce waste, increase resource security, and provide additional financial value as well as sustainability credentials.

Hydrogen

Here is the first in a series of literature dedicated to the renewable energy sector.  To maximise the benefits of Hydrogen it is important to be aware of some of its behaviours when in its gaseous form.

View and download our Hydrogen Brochure »

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