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Puurgen deliver Solar CCTV System to ATEC Security

Puurgen recently delivered a Solar CCTV System to ATEC Security Ltd aimed at protecting listed structures and areas of natural beauty. Seeking to prevent damage to structures under their remit, … more »

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Snowy outlook

Shrinking Arctic sea ice is bringing colder, snowier winters to the UK and Europe, North America and China, a new study shows. As global temperatures have risen, the area of … more »

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Gold rush PV installations

The UK government will be guilty of the “destruction of the solar industry” if it challenges the Court of Appeal ruling over feed-in-tariffs according to David Hunt, director of renewable … more »

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Wales leads the UK climate change charge

Wales is “on the right path” towards tackling climate change according to a new report for the Climate Change Commission for Wales but still needs to do more to target … more »

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Climate Change – Risks vs Rewards

Findings from the Climate Change Risk Assessment has reported back to the UK government on both the risks and opportunities posed by climate change. The 2,000-page document produced by the … more »

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Plans for the New Year?

What does 2012 hold for Puurgen? Well, advances into the African renewables market, increased penetration of the Middle East market and development of Puurgen’s second generation of charge controller to … more »

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A supermodel for green energy in Kenya

Supermodel and UN Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Goodwill Ambassador Gisele Bundchen went to rural Kenya to experience for herself the effects of energy poverty and to see how Kenyans are transforming … more »

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Some good news for the New Year

Human carbon emissions will defer the next ice age according to a scientist writing for Nature Geoscience. The next ice age ended 11,500 years ago and, currently, no-one knows when … more »

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Stem the tide of climate change

The risk from extreme weather events is likely to increase if the world continues to warm, scientists reporting for the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) have warned. It is … more »

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Replacing the replacement

A rise in the use of “ozone-friendly” HFCs (Hydrofluorocarbon) has prompted experts to voice concerns that the potent greenhouse gases could be a problem in the future. A recent UN … more »

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