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Talking About a Green Revolution

March 13, 2007

A revolution is taking place. Don’t get too excited or you may scare it away – but it is clear now that ecological awareness is moving steadily from the margins of political, social and technological thinking into varying degrees of action by individuals, businesses and governments.It may be a...

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If the Climate Change Message is to Hit Home, We Need More Support

March 13, 2007

Being able to bank on long-term government help is crucial to energy-saving The good news is that the government has decided to top up its system of grants for ordinary people to install energy-saving technology in their homes, after it embarrassingly ran out of money a week ago. Given...

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Brown Pledges to Build 'Zero Carbon' Homes

March 13, 2007

Housebuilders will be forced to build “zero carbon” homes within 10 years, under an ambitious scheme to tackle climate change announced by the chancellor today. Under the plans, all new homes will have to generate enough energy through devices like wind turbines and solar panels to cancel out their...

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Satisfying Energy Independence for Home Installers

March 13, 2007

Donnacadh McCarthy enjoys sending bills to his electricity company, EDF. It’s one of the pleasures he gets from the micro-renewables (solar photovoltaic cells (PV), solar thermal heater and a wood burner) that he has installed at his south London home. http://environment.guardian.co.uk/energy/story/0,,1976849,00.html

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Sun Power in the Desert

March 13, 2007

In the Sahara desert is a vast source of energy that can promise a carbon-free, nuclear-free electrical future for all Europe, if not the world.We are not talking about the vast oil and gas deposits beneath Algeria and Libya, or uranium for nuclear plants, but something far simpler –...

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Universities in £1.5M Drive to Cut the Cost of Solar-cells

March 13, 2007

Chemists, physicists, materials scientists and electrical engineers in Manchester and London are embarking on a £1.5m project to develop new and potentially cheaper ways of generating solar power. The three and a half year project, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), will investigate a number...

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Government Agree 20% Renewables Target

March 13, 2007

Climate change – EU agrees renewable energy target. European Union leaders have agreed on a binding target of 20% of EU energy consumption to come from renewable sources by 2020. This target is one in a package of measures to tackle climate change. Yesterday EU leaders agreed to cut...

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England Plans the ‘Greenest Olympic Games’ with Renewables

March 12, 2007

LONDON, England, January 31, 2007. The 2012 Olympic Games will install a range of renewable energy technologies, providing 20% of the Olympic Park and Village energy demand in the post-games period from renewables. A 120 m wind turbine is proposed for Eton Manor (north of the park site) to...

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SolarWorld Group to Build America

March 12, 2007

In Hillsboro in the US federal state of Oregon SolarWorld AG is beginning to establish an integrated solar silicon wafer and solar cell production which will reach a capacity of 500 MW until the year  2009 thus at the same time building the largest solar factory on the American...

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New High Powered Solar Cells – Solaria

March 12, 2007

Solaria, a solar electric start-up, has devised a novel way to get more power from a solar cell: chopping it up into many pieces. The company’s CEO, Suvi Sharma, gave an early peek at his company’s products Wednesday at Piper Jaffray’s Opportunities in Alternative Energy investor conference in New...

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