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Falck Renewables to be acquired by investment fund

Renewables Now 20 Oct 2021
The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2022, subject to relevant regulatory and other approvals ... Falck Renewables is a renewable energy platform with about 1.3 GW of installed capacity in the UK, Italy, the US, Spain, France, Norway and Sweden, across wind, solar, waste-to-energy and biomass technologies ... ....
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Is THIS the key to cutting farm pollution? Scientists develop artificial lightning that fires a ...

The Daily Mail 08 Oct 2021
The technology is designed to strip pollutants from animal waste, according to the firm behind the system being tested in the UK, N2 Applied from Oslo, Norway. Independent consultants, ADAS, were bought in to test it out on a farm in Buckinghamshire, finding it had a notable impact on harmful waste gasses.
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Provoking climate engagement

Phys Dot Org 21 Sep 2021
Most of us have become accustomed to hearing that global warming is one of the biggest challenges facing the world ... Idea is to make people open their eyes ... mobility, plastic waste, housing and food. The experiments will be carried out in different places in NorwayTrondheim, Kristiansund, Hamar and in Viken county municipality ... Explore further ... ....
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The ‘right to repair’ revolution could save you money and help the planet

Metro UK 10 Sep 2021
Waste not, want not. There’s a global problem with e-waste and repairing rather than throwing away will help fight it (Alamy Stock Photo) ... According to the Global E-Waste Monitor, Britain produces more waste of this kind per person than any other country in the world, except Norway — 24.9kg a year, per person.
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Room for improvement in UK right to repair laws

Computer Weekly 06 Sep 2021
Read more about e-waste and the circular economy ... The UK specifically produces more e-waste than any other country apart from Norway, at 24.9kg a year per person, nearly 10kg more than the European Union (EU) average ... It further noted that roughly 40% of the UK’s e-waste is sent abroad, which “is illegal”.
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Government should be voted out in elections because of Covid capacity curbs placed on stadiums, ...

Russia Today 04 Sep 2021
Norway's national team manager has sparked controversy in his homeland by calling for the public to vote against the government in parliamentary elections because of rigid Covid rules that have massively reduced football crowds ... "I don't want to waste time on this subject but it must be said.
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Police Raid Multiple German Shipowners Over South Asia Scrap Sales

The Maritime Executive 26 Aug 2021
In recent cases in the Netherlands and Norway, prosecutors have also begun to use general-purpose toxic waste export laws to bring criminal charges related to ship recycling ... of criminal violations of the EU Waste Shipment Regulation for the sale and export of four reefer ships.
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Re-Gen Waste wins contract to supply fuel made from waste to company in Norway

Belfast Telegraph 24 Aug 2021
A Newry recycling company is to supply 100,000 tonnes of fuel made from waste to an electricity company in Norway ... Re-Gen has used its experience and export expertise to send the first-ever bulk shipment of refuse derived fuel from the UK to this waste-to-energy facility in Norway,” says Joseph.
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Is this the oldest electric car test drive? Ford customer, 101, who learned to drive ...

The Daily Mail 23 Aug 2021
The trial kicks off with ten E-Transit prototypes being put to the test across a variety of intensive real-world operating scenarios in the postal, municipal and utilities, last mile and grocery delivery sectors within Germany, Norway and the UK.
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This Week in History: August 11-14

The World 13 Aug 2021
Coquille, CB and Norway ... today announced it will convert waste bark and wood from two wigwam burners at Coquille and Norway in Coos County into steam and electricity for manufacturing plants at Coos Bay and Coquille ... The Norway wigwam was erected in 1953 and in its 18 years consumed about 27 million cubic feet of the solid waste.
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Norway’s government steps up efforts to court overseas datacentre investors and developers

Computer Weekly 11 Aug 2021
As an example of this, the government said datacentre developers that want to set up shop in Norway will be expected to investigate how the waste heat generated by their sites can be reused ...The government will also create a heat map in order to ensure better resource utilisation of waste heat from datacentres,” said the strategy.
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‘We have to pay the price’: Oslo’s plan to turn oil wealth into climate leadership

The Observer 28 Jul 2021
But Oslo now hopes to lead Norway’s transformation from one of the world’s largest exporters of fossil fuels to a global green pioneer ... At the heart of Johansen’s plan stands an otherwise unassuming industrial waste incinerator ... Johansen trained as a plumber before going into politics for Norway’s Labour party.
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Norway Town Hall news

Lewiston Sun Journal 22 Jul 2021
to noon on Saturday, July 24, at the Norway Paris Solid ...
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Robots with visual and tactile sensing can prevent tons of food waste

Technology Org 29 Jun 2021
Intelligent food handling by robots can boost productivity and reduce waste in the production chain ... Each year, across the world, 1.3 billion tons of food goes to waste while it is being produced. Norway, with its population of five millon, discard as much as 320,000 tonnes every year.

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