Renewable Energy Blog

10 ways we can reclaim our energy supply

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Would you like to live in a zero carbon future, where a whole new approach to energy has delivered benefits not just for the planet, but also for people... Read More

Waves, weirs and waterwheels – unleashing the power of water

This blog is posted in: Blog, Engineering, Front Page, GSE Student Blogs, Hydro Power, REBE Student Blogs, Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Blog, Short Courses, Students at CAT, Sustainability and Adaptation Student Blogs

How can we use and manage water in a more sustainable way? CAT volunteer and MSc student Ed Macdonald has been exploring the issues and delving into the detail... Read More

Interview: Jake’s making renewable energy work for housing associations

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Jake Lock started studying MSc Renewable Energy and the Built Environment in 2012. He has now completed studying all the taught modules on the course and is about to... Read More

Interview: Petra’s employed in solar and researching renewable energy for conservation

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Petra is studying on the MSc Renewable Energy and the Built Environment course at CAT. After taking a break between finishing here taught modules and starting her dissertation she... Read More

Interview: Colin’s taken his skills into research and development

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Colin Jones studied on the Renewable Energy and the Built Environment programme at CAT from 2010 to 2014. This week he has been back helping to run a practical... Read More

Interview: Elgan’s developing new renewable energy projects across the UK

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Elgan Roberts has been studying on the Renewable Energy and the Built Environment course part time since 2012. He is half way through writing his thesis, which seems like... Read More

Community energy in Wales: overcoming the challenges

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The benefits of community energy projects cannot be overstated, so why do so many fail to get off the ground? Paul Burrell from Machynlleth based Anemos Renewables shows how some... Read More

Zero Carbon Britain and OpenEnergyMonitor collaborate on open source energy model

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Zero Carbon Britain and OpenEnergyMonitor are collaborating on a new open source energy model http://zerocarbonbritain.org/energy_model/ aimed at helping users explore and visualise how a zero carbon energy system could... Read More

The sun shines on Mynydd Gorddu Windfarm.

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The sun shines on Mynydd Gorddu Windfarm.     Yesterday the REBE (Renewable Energy and the Built Environment) students were taken to visit Mynydd Gorddu Wind Farm located near... Read More

Renew Wales wins community category at Wales Green Energy Awards

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Renew Wales, a project all about supporting communities developing renewable energy projects in Wales, has won an award in the coveted Wales Green Energy Awards. CAT is a partner... Read More

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