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Fed Up With Dave

People can get a bit fed up at this time of year – fed up with Winter, fed up with work, fed up with cutesie adverts trying to get you to part with your hard-earned cash.  580 more words


Key Energy News Stories: 15 to 21 December 2014


Oil prices crept up but are still around the $60 per barrel mark as supply continues to exceed demand – RigZone

A lean start to 2015 is expected for the oil industry – … 300 more words


Environmental Forum: Environmentalism and Religion

This is the 3rd. Episode produced by the Environmental Production Group and just in time for the religious season of December, 2014.
Join Ken Gale at the NY Society for Ethical Culture as he moderates a “first” discussion among deeply religious people about: How Does Faith Form Your Environmental Activism. 147 more words

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India Plans Renewables Splurge, But Will Not Commit to Carbon Plan

India has been under the spotlight at the United Nations climate meeting in Lima after China became the first large developing country to agree to limit emissions in a pact announced with U.S. 622 more words

Failed Sale At Pelamis Wave Power Highlights Sheer Scale of Wave Industry Challenges

Recently I had been lucky enough to be sat in a room in which some of the leading companies in the wave industry were discussing the potential challenges and benefits of the GB wave industry. 602 more words


German Utility EON To Ditch Fossil Fuel Arm, Focus on Renewables

EON’s announcement is the culmination of a push to wind, solar and other alternative energy forms that the German government began 14 years ago with subsidies to reduce the country’s reliance on fossil fuels for power production. 850 more words

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Ed Hoskins: Capital Cost and Production Effectiveness of Renewable Energy in Europe - the Data

Guest post from Ed Hoskins
A comparison of both the Capital Cost and Energy Production Effectiveness of the Renewable Energy in Europe.

The diagrams and table below collate the cost and capacity factors of Renewable Energy power sources, Onshore and Off-shore Wind Farms and Large scale Photovoltaic Solar generation, compared to the cost and output capacity of conventional Gas Fired Electricity generation. 2,819 more words