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27.02.17
The health and economic costs if USA’s Clean Power Plan is repealed Clean Power Plan Repeal Would Cost America $600 Billion, Cause 120,000 Premature...
27.02.17
Rising electricity prices have become a fact of life in Australia – and are likely to be so for a few years to come. However, while the cost of generating electricity will rise as cheap but ageing coal power stations go offline, that doesn’t mean your electricity bills need to follow suit....
26.02.17
TOKYO -- Japanese companies are building small-scale geothermal power plants that can be completed in half the time needed for larger facilities, thanks to a more generous feed-in tariff that has made such projects more profitable. A joint venture by JFE Engineering, Mitsui Oil Exploration, the...
26.02.17
Last week, photographs of wind turbines were once again juxtaposed with headlines about rising energy prices. The cause on this occasion was no less pre-eminent a body than a Lords committee, comprising former chancellor Norman Lamont and other heavyweight peers. “To reduce carbon emissions,...
25.02.17
U.S. President Donald Trump's administration will begin rolling back Obama-era environmental regulations in an "aggressive way" as soon as next week, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency said on Saturday - adding he understood why some Americans want to see his agency eliminated...
24.02.17
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24.02.17
For thousands of years, parts of northwest Europe have enjoyed a climate about 5C warmer than many other regions on the same latitude. But new scientific analysis suggests that that could change much sooner and much faster than thought possible. Climatologists who have looked again at the...
24.02.17
LONDON Oil investors have placed the biggest bet in history that prices will rise, as the world's largest exporters cut output to reduce a glut in supply, and the futures market is suggesting for the first time in a year that they could be onto a winner. Fund managers now hold more Brent oil...
24.02.17
The chairman of the Turnbull government’s backbench environment and energy committee has backed Tony Abbott’s call to wind back the renewable energy target, and cut the immigration rate to boost housing affordability. The Liberal MP Craig Kelly told Guardian Australia on Friday the RET needed...
24.02.17
HELENA — More than 150 renewable energy supporters rallied at the state Capitol Thursday, voicing support for legislation expanding opportunities for new solar projects they say will bring more jobs and keep Montana from falling behind in a burgeoning industry. House Bill 504 sponsor Rep....
24.02.17
Government meddling is responsible for a huge rise in UK energy prices that is crippling British households and businesses, a report from Parliament has concluded. It found badly-designed energy policies from successive administrations not only neglected costs to consumers, but failed to ensure...
23.02.17
TOKYO -- Japanese trading houses and electricity retailers are increasing their imports of wood chips and palm shells, with demand expected to surge amid a rush of construction of biomass power plants. The government is revising its fixed-price power purchase scheme so that the price for...
23.02.17
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23.02.17
Solar power is headed for a “huge year” in Australia in 2017, a new report has predicted, on the back of a boom in the large-scale market a home solar and storage market that is expected to treble. The Climate Council’s State of Solar 2016, published on Thursday, confirms solar is now the...
23.02.17
Solar power cheaper than fossil fuels in most capital cities: Climate Council Posted February 23, 2017 13:07:06 Solar energy is now cheaper in Australia than retail power prices in most capital cities after dropping 58 per cent in the past five years, the Climate Council says in a new report. ...
23.02.17
The Australian energy market is set for a major shake-up with the launch of a major new government-backed initiative to create an open marketplace for locally generated and stored rooftop solar power to be traded between households, businesses, communities and network utilities. Unveiled on...
23.02.17
Tesla investors have been feeling bullish for months, and the company’s latest earnings report may keep the momentum going. The company said in a report released late Wednesday that it expects to begin producing its lower-priced Model 3 in July and to be making 5,000 a week by some time in...
22.02.17
U.S. stocks bounced around the flatline Wednesday as a pullback in the price of oil weighed on shares of energy companies. Energy companies in the S&P 500 were the worst performers in the index Wednesday, falling 1.6%, as the price of U.S.-traded crude...
22.02.17
By Katya Golubkova and Maria Tsvetkova | MOSCOW MOSCOW The Russian government summoned energy companies last week to give it advance notice about developments that could influence public opinion in the period up to May next year, when President Vladimir Putin's term ends.The meeting suggests...
22.02.17
A little less than seven years ago, the climate scientist Michael Mann ambled into his office at Penn State University with a wedge of mail tucked under his arm. As he tore into one of the envelopes, which was hand-addressed to him, white powder tumbled from the folds of the letter. Mann recoiled...
22.02.17
The close relationship between Scott Pruitt, the new administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, and fossil fuel interests including the billionaire Koch brothers has been highlighted in more than 7,500 emails and other records released by the Oklahoma attorney general’s office on...
22.02.17
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22.02.17
SINGAPORE Oil traders from around the world, including the United States, Britain and Brazil, have tripled their sales to Asia as they take advantage of an emerging supply gap following OPEC-led production cuts announced late last year. Around 30 supertankers have this month made long-haul trips to...
22.02.17
Theresa May must not allow Britain’s environmental laws to be undermined during Brexit negotiations, a coalition of leading UK and international campaign groups, including Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, WWF and the National Trust, has said. The group has published a manifesto calling on the...
22.02.17
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (L) holds a welcome ceremony for French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve before their talks in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 21, 2017. (Xinhua/Yao Dawei) BEIJING, Feb. 21 (Xinhua) -- China and France on Tuesday signed agreements on nuclear energy and science during...
21.02.17
Some commentators expressed hope that Donald Trump would become more "presidential" when he entered office. They might have also hoped former Oklahoma attorney general and climate change sceptic Scott Pruitt would adopt green gloves when he became the Environmental Protection Agency director....
 

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