Renewable Energy

10 ways we can reclaim our energy supply

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Front Page, Policy and Politics, Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Blog, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

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

Talking renewables at Energy Now Expo

This blog is posted in: Blog, Community Energy, Events, Front Page, Renewable Energy, Zero Carbon Britain

Come and see us at Energy Now Expo – the only renewable energy event for farmers and landowners, taking place in Telford on 8-9 February. Exploring a wide range... 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

Doing what’s required at COP22

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, News and Press Releases, Paul's Blogs, Policy and Politics, Renewable Energy, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

On his way back to CAT from the UN climate talks in Marrakech, Paul Allen sums up a conference filled with hope and ambition. Having now completed my final... Read More

“Facilitative dialogues” – Paul Allen at the UN climate talks

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Marrakech is turning out to be a different kind of meeting from Paris, but that does not make it less important, in fact quite the opposite.  If Paris was... Read More

Once again climate has become the focus of global diplomacy

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, Paul's Blogs, Policy and Politics, Renewable Energy, Sustainability, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Up-beat delegates and observers from across the globe are now arriving in a surprisingly wet Marrakech for the 2016 UN Conference of the Parties (COP22) – Paul Allen reports.... Read More

The EU and the environment

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, News and Press Releases, Renewable Energy, Sustainability, Water and Waste

What would UK environmental policy and practice look like if we voted to leave the EU? With the referendum fast approaching, we explore the possibilities. Once known as ‘the... Read More

‘Zero carbon to be enshrined in UK law’

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The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) welcomes the news that the government intends to enshrine a commitment to zero carbon in UK law, and calls on Ministers to outline... Read More

Build a tiny house…

This blog is posted in: Blog, Front Page, Green Building, Green Living, Low Carbon Living, Renewable Energy, Short Courses, Sustainable Architecture Blog, Tammi's blogs

We are so excited about our tiny house courses – new from us to you! Running three times this year, spaces are filling up fast. Learn how to make... Read More

CAT responds to cuts to the Feed in Tariff

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Statement from Adrian Ramsay, CEO of the Centre for Alternative Technology, in response to government cuts to support for renewable energy “With the ink barely dry on the historic... Read More

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