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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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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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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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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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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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Essential guide to carbon and energy management
The concept of green IT - to help reduce the energy consumption of an organisation's IT infrastructure - should be familiar.
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Clean up the cloud: making data storage greener
To work out who has the cleanest cloud, Greenpeace looked at the capacity of existing and planned data centres and the sources of electricity used by each, based on the mix in the local grid and declared agreements to purchase from renewable sources ...
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Big Society fund launches with �600m to invest
A new financial institution set up by the UK government to finance charities and community groups has been launched. Big Society Capital has �600m, of which the majority comes from unused cash in bank accounts that had been dormant for more than 15 ...
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Apple battles Greenpeace over "dirty" iPhone server farms
�Our data centre in North Carolina will draw about 20 megawatts at full capacity, and we are on track to supply more than 60 per cent of that power on-site from renewable sources including a solar farm and fuel cell installation which will each be the ...
Greenpeace chides Apple and Microsoft over unclean datacentre energy use  V3.co.uk
Apple reacts to Greenpeace over 'dirty energy' claims  Siliconrepublic.com
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Introducing smart grids to Canada
The concept extends beyond the transmission grid itself; in practice it means using sensors, software, mobile and internet technology, as well as market incentives and public education, to better monitor and control energy generation, transmission and ...
Clever energy: why smart grids matter. The Green Piece.  TheGreenCarWebsite.co.uk (blog)
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