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Ontario is rejecting wind power: Wind Concerns Ontario to Wynne government

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Ontario Communities Reject Wind Power Proposals               

                                                                                                                                                <!OTTAWA, Aug. 11, 2015 /CNW/ – More than 90 communities have now declared themselves to be unwilling hosts to huge power generation projects using wind turbines. 145 more words

Wind Power

How will potential solar panel subsidy cuts affect you?

Big cuts to the subsidies that have encouraged the installation of solar panels are mooted by government.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is in the process of reviewing the whole feed-in tariff (FIT) structure which govern household solar energy. 24 more words

Update on the latest solar subsidy announcements

The government has announced plans to cut solar subsidies but what does this mean for those who have a system or are thinking of investing? 581 more words

Business Energy

The glide path to grid parity is experiencing turbluence...

..please return to your seats and fasten your seatbelts. The cumulative impact of previous announcements on onshore wind and LECs coupled with today’s announcements and the prospect of more changes later this year will have immediate and tangible impact on projects and the industry as a whole – which I guess is the desired outcome for DECC.  40 more words

Work

Does buying solar panels add up?

Buying solar panels is all about the payback time. Effectively, you’re shelling out now and hoping to recoup the cost, and more, later down the line. 402 more words

Renewable Energy Cheaper than Natural Gas

Renewable Energy has completely changed the energy game so that natural gas is really fracked up to pull out of the ground when solar is cheaper. 797 more words

Green Living

New Government Programme: The End of an Era for Wind Power in Finland?

On Wednesday 27 May 2015, Finland’s next government reached an agreement on its new government programme. One of the planned changes concerns Finland’s feed-in-tariff system, which is now worrying Finland’s wind power market–and with good reason. 254 more words

Feed-in Tariff