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Daily Telegraph, Energy World, Gas, Innovation, Pipelines

Britain’s gas mains replacement programme

Much of the  UK’s original  250,000 kilometre-long gas pipeline network consists of iron pipes and “ is over a hundred years old,” states Jonathan Callighan, Construction and Procurement Director of Cadent Gas, the largest regional gas distributor in the country. Pipeline age, risk and safety lie at the heart of […]

Copy writing, Corporate Journalism, Energy Management, Energy World, Eniday, Gas, Innovation, Investment, Pipelines Gas Journal, Renewables, South Africa, Technology

RECENT WORK COMPLETED FOR CLIENTS IN FEBRUARY

Here are a few examples listing some of my recent industrial, business, energy journalism, copy editing, copy writing, content strategies and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of February. Altresco Integrated LLC Provision of marketing, public relations, brand development and content strategies […]

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Energy start-ups fit for the Dragon’s Den?

The opportunities for new and innovative approaches to the energy business have never been greater yet energy start-ups – just like most new businesses – often have trouble raising up-front capital. Many energy start-ups require little in terms of money or supplies at the beginning since their ideas have gone […]

America, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Energy World, National Grid, North America, Renewables

Wyoming billionaire eyes renewable profits in California

Nicholas Newman Energy World July 2017 The US states of California and Wyoming’s attitudes towards fossil fuels and renewables are as different as chalk and cheese. For instance, the state of California has the largest economy in the US with a population of 40 million, is hi-tech, and plans to […]

Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy World, Europe, Power, Power Grid

Europe’s disunited grid

Nicholas Newman Energy World November 2014 There’s a clear need for the development of a more connected electricity grid in Europe to facilitate maximum flexibility in the use of power generated across the continent by consumers wherever they are. A better-linked grid is also essential for the operation of a […]