Water in Scotland

What is the Wholesale Charges Deferral Scheme? In June of 2020, the Water Industry Commission for Scotland introduced support measures aimed at helping non-household customers affected by COVID-19. Premises with a 25mm or smaller meter size, and unmeasured premises can apply for a deferral of up to 60% of their wholesale fixed charges (backdated all …

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All You Need to Know About Kwasi Kwarteng and the Energy Crisis

Kwasi Alfred Addo Kwarteng (born May 26, 1975) is a British Conservative politician who has served as Secretary of State for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy since 2021. Since 2010, he has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Spelthorne. Following the retirement of Suella Braverman, Kwarteng was named Under-Secretary of State at the …

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Volcano power plant can generate 10X more energy than oil or gas wells

Iceland’s Thor volcano can generate 10X more energy than oil or gas wells by tapping into liquid hot magma. Geothermal energy is nothing new, but Iceland’s volcano will take things to a whole new level. Named after a Nordic god, “Thor” is a ring that symbolises Iceland’s leading-edge efforts to produce powerful clean energy. Engineers …

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