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Clearvolt: Your Path to Affordable Green Energy

Zero Upfront Investment With Clearvolt’s Solar Solutions Immediate Cost Savings Without The Upfront Cost Clearvolt’s unique business model offers zero CapEx solar panel and wind turbine solutions; meaning zero upfront cost in layman’s terms. This means businesses can begin their journey to sustainability without any initial financial burden. We fund, deliver and manage the entire […]

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What Happens to Wind Turbine Blades After Their Operational Lifespan Ends?

The latest green energy trends in the manufacturing industry breakthroughs have led to a novel use for old wind turbine blades: transforming them into sturdy bridges that can bear loads of up to 30 tonnes. These blades, typically having a service life of 20-25 years, are becoming redundant as numerous wind farms initiated in the

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Greenland’s Ice Sheet: A 27-Year Long Tale of Loss and What It Means for Us

According to the National Snow and Ice Data Centre, Greenland’s ice sheet has suffered a net loss for the 27th consecutive year, presenting us with a multifaceted problem that extends beyond the realm of scientific inquiry [1]. Despite fluctuations in melt rates and an increase in snowfall, particularly in late spring and early summer, the

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How Climate Change Worsens Extreme Weather Events

According to the World Meteorological Organisation, the occurrence of extreme weather is increasing in frequency and intensity worldwide, largely due to climate change. The scientific community agrees that as long as the emission of greenhouse gases continues, the situation will persist [1]. Here are four key mechanisms linking climate change to extreme weather events. [2]

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Can Miniature Relatives Of Crabs And Lobsters Slow Climate Change?

Researchers at the University of Exeter have put forward a compelling notion that tiny ocean-dwelling crustaceans, known as copepods, may hold the key to combating climate change. These copepods are a subcategory of zooplankton—organisms that drift with ocean currents—and are considered to be the most abundant multicellular organisms on our planet. The researchers posit that

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Understanding the Global Wildfire Crisis: Causes, Consequences, and Control

According to the Imperial News, in an era marked by climate shifts and environmental challenges, wildfires have surged to the forefront of global attention. Countries across continents, from the United Kingdom and Greece to the United States, find themselves grappling with fires that are increasingly frequent, expansive, and intense. Experts unanimously agree: the long-term ramifications

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Clearvolt and the Race Against Climate Change: How Solar Innovation is Paving the Way for a Greener Tomorrow

The Climate Change Crisis Climate change isn’t just knocking on our door; it’s already in our living rooms, disrupting supply chains, and affecting our daily lives. In the UK, we’ve felt its scorching heatwaves and witnessed its impact on food production. But what’s the business angle, and why should entrepreneurs and CEOs care? Enter Clearvolt

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The Renewable Energy Paradox: Exceptional Growth Yet a Persistent Reliance on Fossil Fuels

The Rapid Ascent of Renewable Energy In the year 2023, wind and solar technologies emerged as more than mere contributors to the global energy mix; they became titanic forces in renewable energy, accounting for an impressive 12% of global electricity [4]. Furthermore, in a remarkable milestone, wind energy production reached one terawatt this year—nearly equivalent

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The Unstoppable Rise of Solar Power: A Clarion Call for Business Leaders

Solar energy isn’t just the future; it’s the here and now. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), solar power has become the cheapest form of electricity ever recorded in human history [1]. It’s not merely a feather in the cap for environmentalists but a seismic shift for CEOs and CFOs looking to optimise their

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