ADVENTURE ONE

The passion for a sustainable and renewable future exists within a certain type of person, especially in business. Wouldn't it be great to be able to source services from people with the same mind-set?

Our purpose is to bring such people together so that they may share ideas, wisdom and expertise with likeminded people.

To travel around Britains coast in an electric powered car.

Over the next month we will be travelling around Britain to conduct a feasibility study to test the appetite for a central portal which connects business owners with passionate, like minded professionals.

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28th March 201911:17 am
March: Global energy demand rose by 2.3% in 2018, its fastest pace in the last... I hope you find this link interesting, predictable and slightly depressing https://www.iea.org/newsroom/news/2019/march/global-energy-demand-rose-by-23-in-2018-its-fastest-pace-in-the-last-decade.html.

Energy demand worldwide grew by 2.3% last year, s fastest pace this decade, an exceptional performance driven by a robust global economy and stronger heating and cooling needs ...
26th March 20199:55 am
Plastic Free Nantwich - So Cheshire Last week I attended an old haunt in Nantwich, The Leopard. I was their accountant for many years and I have to say, it brought back some memories. The meeting was about the damage that plastic can do and what ...
8th March 201911:29 am
Rain melts Greenland ice even in winter Here is a very interesting article found by one of our CSR team members, it is all about the rain melting the ice in Greenland. Definitely worth a read!
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-47485847
The sheer volume of ice covering Greenland means its fate ...
1st March 201911:36 am
Diesel Land Rover Discovery is 20 times cleaner than a Renault Clio I was talking to a client about CSR implementation, in particular power /energy implementation strategies with regard to his fleet of vehicles.

I pointed out that sometimes we must take into account the upfront cost and politics of moving in ...
1st March 201911:07 am
Whilst walking through the city centre a couple of days ago, a colleague of mine asked me about my thoughts on the news that Hitachi were “suspending” their involvement in the two Nuclear power plants that they have been looking ...
26th February 20197:50 am
Photos from Charging Around Britain Ltd's post Have a look at these interesting statistics on energy usage. As part of our CSR energy study we know that SMEs have to be “In the Black to be Green”. Unlike large global organisations and countries, energy comes at a ...
18th February 201910:13 am
From waste to resource: Is this the future for plastic? — Sky News A member of the team brought this great bit of news to the teams attention . A great example of the circular economy and indeed CSR .
As people know we, at Stuart McBain CSR Limited, have been working on ...
17th January 201911:40 am
notalotofpeopleknowthat.files.wordpress.com At Stuart McBain Accountants, you can imagine this is one of our peak times of the year. Thanks to all the team for all the great work they are doing.

But it's also a time when our service and customer ...
5th January 20191:29 pm
I have received some great feedback from my last post about UK energy usage. Many who thanks for those of you have been in contact with me and the team.

One of the points that we discussed in our last ...
28th December 20182:01 pm
It is frequently claimed that the cost of renewables has fallen drastically in recent years. But offshore wind farms due to come on stream in the next few years will still cost as much as £155.53/MWh, triple the market price.

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28th December 20182:00 pm
Meanwhile, solar power has generated just 7.28 GWh today, meaning it has run at 2% of capacity.

On paper, the increase in wind and solar capacity has been impressive. However, the reason is simple – the obscene amount of subsidies ...
28th December 20181:45 pm
Photos from Charging Around Britain Ltd's post As if to reinforce the point, wind power is currently only supplying 1.9% of the UK’s power, meaning that it is running at just 3.7% of its capacity:

http://gridwatch.co.uk/

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