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April 26, 2018

UK Shipping and Port Industry needs to think smart to curb air pollution – by using proven technology

Providing renewable electricity to ships whilst in port in the UK could reduce the equivalent of 1.2 million diesel cars worth of nitrogen oxides pollution and bring £402 million per year of health and environmental benefits London, UK – 26th April 2018 – By plugging into the power grid with 100 per cent renewable electricity and turning off their diesel engines, ships at berth in the UK would reduce emissions (more…)
 
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October 5, 2016

DP ENERGY AIMS FOR FINANCIAL CLOSE END Q1 2017 ON PORT AUGUSTA RENEWABLE ENERGY PARK

Hot on the heels of the announcement, in early August, that DP Energy had received Development Approval from the South Australian Government for their hybrid wind and solar Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park, Catherine Way, Business Development Manager, DP Energy Australia, speaking at the inaugural All-Energy Australia Investor Breakfast (Melbourne: Wednesday 5 October) announced: “We are aiming for financial close by the end of Q1 2017 and are in the (more…)
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