Renewable energy information service
All you need to get access to up to date news and independent views on renewable energy developments and policies in the UK and globally.
This is the main access site for Renew and NATTA- the Network for Alternative Technology and Technology Assessment. NATTA was set up as an independent information service in 1976, and Renew, its bimonthly newsletter, started up in 1979, with a free electronic version, Renew On Line, starting up after issue 100 . This site replaces the old NATTA web site which gave access to Renew on Line, as a PDF file, and some other info sources.
RENEW ON LINE
Renew On Line (ROL) is available free, bimonthly, in downloadable PDF format here
The current Jan-Feb 2018 issue: ROL131
Nov-Dec 2017 issue: ROL130
Sept-Oct 2017 issue:ROL129
July-Aug 2017 issue: ROL 128
May-June 2017 issue: ROL127
March-April 2017 issue: rol126 Jan-Feb 2017 issue: rol125 Nov-Dec 2016 issue: ROL124 Sept- Oct 2016 issue: ROL123 July-Aug 2016 issue: ROL122 May-June 2016 issue: ROL 121 March-April 2016 issue: ROL120 Jan-Feb 2016 issue: ROL119 Nov-Dec 2015 issue: ROL118 Sept Oct 2015 issue: ROL117 July- August 2015 issue: ROL116 May-June 2015 issue: ROL115 March-April 2015 issue: ROL114 Jan- Feb 2015 issue: ROL113
We also produce a shorter Renew Extra, until recently alternating bi-monthly with ROL, looking at wider issues: http://renewextra.blogspot.co.uk
From Feb 2018 onwards, this posting has been combined with the old Policy Blog (see below) and is now run monthly, still covering wider issues.
Why not book mark these Blogs on your browser now: they are all posted near the beginning of each respective month.
Renew On Line was posted as a blog bimonthly without pictures/charts at: http://renew-on-line.blogspot.co.uk up to Renew On Line 118, but this service has now been discontinued: not many people seemed to use it, and it was hard format in which to load up text properly . Earlier ones (from ROL 113 on) are still accessible in text only Blog format via a link on the Blogspot site.
Renew On Line archive All the back issues of Renew On Line in PDF format are available from: https://renewonlinearchive.wordpress.com
OTHER INFO SOURCES
Renew’s editor and NATTA co-ordinator, Prof David Elliott, did also post a monthly ‘policy’ blog at: http://delliott6.blogspot.co.uk
That has now (fom Feb 2018) been combined with Renew Extra, see above, in a monthly posting. The back issues are still a vailable at the above link.
His well received weekly 1000 word Renew your energy technology blog, for the Institute of Physics, is on their Environmental Research web site: http://blog.environmentalresearchweb.org/author/dxe
Why not book mark these sites on your browser too? And check them all out regularly .
In addition to these weekly, monthly and bimonthly posts, NATTA produces an end of year annual review. The most recent edition is downloadable free as a PDF file here: Renew 2017
Here are erlier ones:
Student Renew NATTA also produces a controlled access extended student version of Renew, available to students on courses that subscribe to it, via a password. The bimonthly PDF file is posted at: https://renewstudent.wordpress.com
It’s an expanded version of the free Renew On Line. Check with your course administrator to see if your course subscribes and, if so, get the password . Course leaders wishing to subscribe, for a small pro-rata fee, to give their student access, should contact email@example.com
Books You may also be interested in David Elliott’s e-book, produced for the IoP: ‘Renewables: a review of sustainable energy supply issues’, http://iopsceince.iop.org/book/978-0-750-31040-6
and his Pivot e-book: ‘Green Energy Futures’, from Palgrave: http://www.palgrave.com/page/detail/green-energy-futures-david-elliott/?sf=barcode&st1=9781137584427
And also his book for the IoP, on ‘Balancing Green Power’, is now out at: http://iopscience.iop.org/book/978-0-7503-1230-1
The IoP has also published his book on Nuclear Power: http://iopscience.iop.org/book/978-1-6817-4505-3
David Elliott is emeritus professor of Technology Policy at the Open University UK, where he pioneered courses and research focusing on renewable energy and innovation policy. NATTA has been his long running ‘out reach’ project, continued into his retirement. He will endeavor to respond to direct feed back on the posts and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org