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Renewable energy: UK making global waves
Germany is widely credited as Europe's leader in energy and environmental technology, having set up government subsidies to stimulate the industry and domestic demand for micro generation a decade before the UK. It is now shifting its industrial base ...
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$33 billion cost of Swiss nuclear decision
Switzerland's decision not to build any new nuclear generating capacity will cost the country some CHF 30 billion ($33 billion) up to 2050, according to the country's Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications (DETEC). ... An ...
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Abandoning nuclear energy may not boost renewables
Despite the drop-off in nuclear power generation, Germany's decision may not mean a boost for European green energy . "Investment is stalling generally across the energy industry, including the major investment needed for offshore wind projects," says ...
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Titanic's shipyard to form green energy hub
John Tollerton's grandfather was among thousands of men who helped build the Titanic at Harland and Wolff's Belfast shipyard.
Ceremonies across the world mark Titanic 100-year disaster  The Australian
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Green groups attack Brazil forest code
The bill, which was pushed by the �ruralistas� or agricultural interests in Congress, throws a spotlight on Brazil only two months before it is due to host the Rio+20 conference on sustainable development. World leaders are poised to converge on Rio de ...
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David Cameron's great green fightback lies in tatters as he abandons a long ...
Is the omnishambles going international? Here's a sign that it may be. Until today the Prime Minister was to make a major green speech, his first since he pledged to lead �the greenest government ever� a few days after coming into office, at a summit ...
The Speech That Never Was - A Missed Opportunity to Re-Energise the Economy  Huffington Post UK (blog)
Japan Recommends Preferential Rates for Renewable Energy  BusinessWeek
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Fracking and shale gas - no answer to climate change
Today's new report from the Department of Energy and Climate Change is all about minimising the risks of seismic tremors caused by hydraulic fracturing (fracking) of rocks to extract shale gas.
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UK renewable sector could top �50bn by 2020
It also calculated that the UK's renewable energy sector generated exports of just under �1.6bn in 2010/11. According to the report, wind power remains the largest sector, employing 31,400 people and posting revenues of �4bn and exports of just under ...
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Clegg's green agenda will put us out of business
Leaving aside the fact that this looks suspiciously like a restraint on trade, the new obligation is of limited value, because it will not enable consumers to make like-for-like comparisons of the tariffs offered by rival companies.
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David Cameron commits to wind farms
"Britain has gone from virtually no capacity for renewables, to seeing them provide almost 10 per cent of our total electricity needs last year,�said Mr Cameron.
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