UK Energy Policy Is Economically & Morally Bankrupt

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Originally published on Energy Post. By Peter Strachan and Alex Russell With its choice for Hinkley Point C – a £100 billion boondoggle – its enthusiastic support for expensive and environmentally harmful fracking, and its relentless attack on renewable energy, the UK government’s energy policy is both morally and economically bankrupt, write Peter Strachan, Professor [&hellip

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Attacks On Australian Solar & Wind Policies Turn To State Initiatives

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Originally published on RenewEconomy. The assault on climate policies and renewable energy initiatives has taken a new form: having obliterated almost all of the effective policies at federal level, the focus is now switching to state-based targets, using the old arguments of higher costs and little abatement as the basis for the attack. The new stance [&hellip

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The Future Of Our Planet Depends On Your Vote

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Originally published on The Climate Reality Project. Vote or don’t vote? Making this choice is critical for expanding clean energy, creating more green jobs, and ensuring a healthy, sustainable future for all of us. Let’s face it: every US election is important. But this year’s election will shape not only our future as Americans, but [&hellip

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Incumbents Opt To Retain Barrier To Australian Solar, Storage, & Shared Energy

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Originally published on RenewEconomy. Last month, Andrew Vesey, the chief executive of AGL Energy, made a frank admission. Regulation in the energy industry, he said, were not designed to protect consumers. They were put in place to protect investors. “The consumer is the last thing in the regulator’s mind,” Vesey told the Energy Disruption conference [&hellip

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Taking Self-Contained Solar Electricity To Farms

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We hear plenty about the growing popularity of commercial and residential solar energy, but we hear too little about its role in farms. Dolf Ivener, founder of Sioux City, Iowa-based Hog Power Energy, is now plenty busy marketing his company’s Self-Contained Solar Generator (SCSG) to hog farmers. Ivener, a fifth-generation Iowa resident and farmer. says [&hellip

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Half Of EU Households Could Generate Their Own Renewable Electricity By 2050

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A new report investigating the role of European citizen-owned renewable energy projects has concluded that over half of EU citizens could be generating their own renewable electricity by 2050. New research carried out by independent research and consultancy firm CE Delft for several European environmental organizations investigated and analyzed the role of energy consumers as [&hellip

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Could Bank Of America Be On The Verge Of Bailing Out SunEdison?

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Court documents filed in the SunEdison bankruptcy case have shed light on a possible way out for the one-time darling of the clean energy world, with information suggesting Bank of America may step up to the plate to save the company. Earlier this week I reported on the current goings on between SunEdison, which filed [&hellip

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