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The manufacturers of technological solutions safeguard our future needs.

The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) has published a report which removes all doubt that climate change is due to human activity.

The study is the most comprehensive on the subject to date and significantly states human induced carbon emissions will almost certainly increase global temperature rise by up to 4 degrees C by the end of the century, and possibly 6.4 degrees.

This is far beyond the widely-accepted danger threshold of 2 deg.C, and will cause massive loss of life, species loss, humanitarian and economic catastrophe. 

Climate change also affects the way we fuel our societies. Fossil fuel over-reliance has driven climate change, and though fossil fuels stores are dwindling, alternatives need to be found today. Get in touch with us to find out more about the future of the environment and our energy supply.


Together we are irresistible - together we count. Taking steps together we can do almost anything we choose. Just as we have polluted our world to the edge of climate chaos we also have the resources and knowledge to save it. It comes down to what we want, what we dream of. If we choose we can make our politicians take the action needed, and get them to help our scientists to research clean, sustainable forms of energy like solar power. Contact us if you would like more information about future energy supply.


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