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The renewable energy that can contribute most to the circular economy: biogas

Did you know that from the waste from the distillation of a Scotch whisky, you can generate a 100 % sustainable fuel to power a fleet of trucks? This innovative Glenfiddich initiative, which I read about in the press a few weeks ago, is just one example of why biogas — in this case purified, […]

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What we mean when we speak about diversity

When we speak about diversity, questions are often raised about the roles companies play and how much is real and how much is posturing or purely out of interest in our discourse on more diverse and inclusive work environments.

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Green hydrogen: why now?

In 1765, the English chemist and physicist Henry Cavendish discovered hydrogen and its properties. After centuries in which it was a promising element for the future -if Cavendish were still with us today, he would indeed see that-, now all eyes are on hydrogen. There is an unprecedented global interest in hydrogen: it is a […]

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