Renewable energy used to be the future, it's now the present. The energy transition marks the global shift from dependence on fossil fuels to a low/zero carbon future, but what will that involve? Solar power, offshore wind, geothermal, biomass and hydrogen all have their parts to play, backed by government policies and subsidy schemes to incentivise companies. In our blogs we will explore the different elements of this booming global industry, which Brunel is helping to grow by providing companies with specialists and industrial services.
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What is concentrated solar power (CSP), and how does it work?Learn more about what concentrated solar power is, including how it works, how it’s used, its advantages and drawbacks and how it differs from solar PV.
6 Interesting Facts About Wind EnergyWind energy has become one of the most widely used and popular sources of renewable energy throughout the world. The space of Wind Energy has been steadily increasing over the past 5 years and rapid improvements have been made in the manufacturing of ...
The Future of Renewable Energy with BrunelDespite the pandemic, growth in renewable energy is accelerating and will continue to rise in the upcoming decade. Renewable energy sources are predicted to account for more than half of global power production by 2035.