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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 ...
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.
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 ...
Minister defends green credentials
Pressure on the government to increase its energy generation from renewables has increased since Eon and RWE of Germany last month pulled out of plans to build new nuclear reactors in the UK.
Carbon prices tumble to record low
The rise in electricity generated from renewable sources such as solar and wind farms was surprising, said Trevor Sikorski of Barclays Capital.
UK renewable sector could top �50bn by 2020
Meeting the UK's renewable energy targets would create a world-leading industry capable of supporting 400,000 jobs and saving the country �60bn in oil and gas imports, according to a new analysis released today.
$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 ...
Projects fuel interest in renewable returns
Ethanol produced by the new plant, near Grimsby, will be sold via two routes: 100 per cent of the minimum production capacity has been sold to a global investment bank (currently subject to a non-disclosure agreement) at market price under a pre-signed ...
FT series: Fightback against the frack attack
“If shale gas proves as plentiful around the world as it is in the US, it could not only displace coal, wind and uranium to dominate global electricity generation but also replace oil as the main fuel for transport vehicles,” says Shai Hill, a London ...
It is time the dilettante PM got a grip
With Britain's parliament in recess, David Cameron might want to pause this week and have a think about his premiership, and about how he is doing the demanding job that many great men (and one woman) have done before him.