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Monitoring CO2 Levels: A Key Strategy for Environmental Health and Safety Improvement

The Environmental Blog

Environmental health and safety (EHS) are of paramount importance in many industries and public spaces. One area where monitoring and control can have a major impact on EHS is carbon dioxide (CO2) levels. One popular option is portable CO2 monitors, which are ideal for spot checks or temporary measurement requirements.

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Solar panels may become mandatory on all new buildings in Europe

Envirotec Magazine

The European Commission announced on 18 May that it plans to make the installation of solar panels mandatory for all new public, commercial and residential buildings in the EU. It focused on three distinct pillars: energy savings, diversification of energy supplies, and accelerated roll-out of renewable energy.

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Save energy in your high-power test applications (Whitepaper)

Charged

A comprehensive approach to testing can bring additional savings through a reduction of waste energy. High-power test applications can use a power supply system that produces efficient and clean power and recycles waste energy. Using a power dissipator is an economical solution for sinking a couple hundred watts.

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A new love story: Electric vehicles and the electric grid

GreenBiz

A new love story: Electric vehicles and the electric grid. In the accelerating push to electrify transportation, one big obstacle always comes up: The grid. How will the electrical grid handle so many vehicles charging at once? Especially when fast-charging stations gulp down prodigious amounts of power?

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Electric dreams: Innovators step up at the Scottish Green Energy Awards in Edinburgh

Envirotec Magazine

The UK’s first all-electric intercity bus service drove off with a top prize at the Scottish Green Energy Awards on 1 December. Among the winners were: Forth Ports, which picked up the Outstanding Project Award for building Scotland’s only custom-built renewables hub – a £40 million development at the Port of Dundee.

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How the utilities industry is building a sustainable future

Smart Energy International

The energy and utilities industries play a significant role in carbon emissions. In the US, 25% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions come from electricity generation. This is not surprising, with coal and natural gas representing about 60% of electrical supply. Energy Transition for Sustainability. Have you read?

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Most innovative energy start-ups recognised in German awards

Envirotec Magazine

Fifteen start-ups deemed to have the most innovative business models in the field of energy transition and climate protection were celebrated at an award ceremony in Berlin on 28 March – recipients of The Start Up Energy Transition Award (SET Award) administered in part by the German Energy Agency ( dena ).