Mane Energy Magazine Issue 11 - January 2019

Our brand new Energy magazine is Issue 11! Our issue has a look into the hot topics of the moment, covering wind energy in China, Hornsea, renewable energy in the UK and the emerging US renewables market. We also look into a methane emissions project and the opening of the new power plant at the Chernobyl nuclear site.  

All this and more in Issue 1 of the Energy magazine! Click here to open.


Mane 25
Back in September 2018 we celebrated our 25th anniversary. After operating for over a quarter of a century, we have put in a lot of hard work to get where we are today. With the Energy industry being one of the most vital sectors to the global economy, we discuss how things have changed whilst including a video to show the changes in the Energy sector over the last 25 years.

Wind Energy in China
China has begun building an offshore wind-farm project with the hopes of it being the biggest installed capacity in the country. With China’s demand for electricity expected to increase by at least 10% each year, it was only about time they invested more in renewable energy.

Our Head of Energy Chris Stupack takes a look into the emerging US markets. With renewable energy predicted to provide 80 percent of US electricity by 2050, it is a big time for those involved within the energy sector.

A look at the history of wind farms
With the first offshore wind farm having been built nearly thirty years ago, the way they are made has completely changed. Wind farms have quickly gained popularity over the years due to how cost effective they are, with over 341,000 wind turbines on the planet as of September 2017.