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First Energy Centre opening in Kendal

Builders merchant The Builders Supply Company in Kendal is the first merchant to take up a Green Energy centre franchise. Full story.

Energy Efficiency Financing for Businesses - easy & affordable

The Carbon Trust and Siemens Financial Services have combined forces to offer a scheme designed to provide flexible financing options to all types of organisations seeking to make their operations more efficient and lower their energy costs.

Green Governance: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Climate change is biggest and most urgent challenge facing humanity. Scientists say we need global emissions to peak within the decade and decline rapidly thereafter to have an earthly chance of avoiding catastrophic climate change. The world we want will require much more enlightened green governance. Andy Atkins reports in Touch Stone. . . . .

Electricity Market Reform – Today’s statement by Chris Huhne

“To achieve our goals, we need to take decisive action now to increase low-carbon electricity generation – including nuclear, renewable energy, and carbon capture and storage”. Read on for full speech.

Climate change speeding up extinction of 10 species by 2111

Climate change is speeding up the rate at which animals and plants are becoming extinct as per The Independent today. By the end of the century, one in 10 species could be on the verge of extinction because of the effects of global warming, a study has found. . . . . .

Gas 139% Price Increase Since 1997 - Time for Green Tax Rebate?

The Energy White Paper due today will leave plenty of room for further discussion. There’s a lot of anxiety, or worse, about energy costs among industry and consumers. Discussions will include offsetting a carbon tax with tax cuts and compensation. Carbon pricing is thought to be essential to force the shift to low carbon energy supply.

Huhne hits back at "nonsensical" green tax critics

As government prepares to unveil electricity market reforms, Energy and Climate Change Secretary slams critics' "arithmetically wrong" calculations

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