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  • Siemens Gamesa to lead an EU-funded project to cut offshore wind costs
    Alongside Aalborg University, Siemens Gamesa will lead an EU-funded research and development project to make offshore wind more affordable. The Integrated Implementation of Industrial Innovations for Offshore Wind Cost Reduction (i4Offshore) project will receive around €20 million (£18m) in support over its five-year duration. It aims to make renewable electricity ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 14-12-2018
    15 mins ago
  • New York steps up energy efficiency and storage targets
    Governor Cuomo has announced a dramatic increase in New York State’s energy efficiency and battery storage targets. In a bid to tackle climate change more quickly, the New York State Public Service Commission has approved the initiatives, which will aim to more than double utility energy efficiency progress by 2025 ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 14-12-2018
    2 hours ago
  • Could your organic groceries be damaging the environment?
    Could your organic groceries be damaging the environment? A new international study involving the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden seems to suggest so – it says the greater land-use required by organic farming compared to conventional techniques leads to higher carbon dioxide emissions. As a result of organic yields ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 14-12-2018
    4 hours ago
  • Global warming should be called global heating, says key scientist
    UK Met Office professor tells UN summit Earth's 'energy balance' is changing ...
    Business GreenPublished: 14-12-2018
    5 hours ago
  • DSM: Turning the tide by making waves
    As the COP24 climate negotiations in Katowice, Poland enter their final days, Paulette van Ommen, Global Climate Lead at RE100 member DSM shares the actions the company is taking to step up on renewables, reduce its environmental impact, and accelerate market change. Did you know ...
    The Climate GroupPublished: 13-12-2018
    1 day ago
  • Octopus Energy signs five-year solar PPA with Shell
    Octopus Energy has signed a five-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in Italy with Shell Energy Europe. The deal will see the firm supply power to the energy giant from its 70.5MW portfolio of unsubsidised solar assets across Italy. The agreement will include ‘Guarantees of Origin’, a label providing information on ...
    Energy Live NewsPublished: 13-12-2018
    1 day ago
  • Scott Morrison and the Business Council are pushing coal – but on what evidence? | Richard Denniss
    Despite plummeting costs of renewables the government and the BCA insist that emissions reduction would be ‘economy wrecking’Fresh from losing the economic fight about company tax cuts, the Coalition government is doubling down on an economic fight about renewable energy. And yet again, as they march into battle they have ...
    The GuardianPublished: 13-12-2018
    2 days ago
  • Renewable Heat Incentive- Guide to keeping fuel records for biomass
    All accredited participants on the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) are obliged to keep up-to-date records of fuel use if they are burning biomass. This guide helps you understand what fuel records you need to keep. ...
    ofgemPublished: 13-12-2018
    2 days ago

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