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  • Abundant and perpetual wind resources offer opportunities, through technological developments, to provide part of the solution to address the issues of energy shortages. The rapid growth of large-scale wind farms has led to a generation of clean electricity for millions of homes worldwide. The poten...

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    • Record type: Book

  • In Confronting Collapse, author Michael C. Ruppert, a former LAPD narcotics officer turned investigative journalist, details the intricate connections between money and energy, including the ways in which oil shortages and price spikes triggered the economic crash that began in September 2008. Given...

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  • Government commitment to the building of several new nuclear power stations would remove the incentive to develop small-scale, low-carbon generation technologies and the decentralised electricity grid able to accommodate them. So argues Warwick Business School’s Bridget Woodman.

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    • Record type: Abstract

  • Global energy engineering consultants active in renewable energy, thermal power generation, electricity and gas transmission and distribution.   Services range from energy policy, regulatory, environment and economics through to feasibility studies, basic and detailed design and project enginee...

  • SEGEC take a strategic approach to identifying European opportunities in order to help Scottish organisations access funding, develop projects and overcome the barriers to wider adoption of low-carbon energy. We provide a focal point and catalyst for Scotland’s low-carbon activity, identifying exper...

  • An evaluation is presented of China's energy development of oil, coal, gas and electricity, including hydroelectricity and nuclear power. This comprehensive assessment of development in recent years, which is supported by the most recent energy statistics, provides a forecast for the future. A gener...

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  • The need is stressed for a common energy system to cover both electricity transmission lines and natural gas pipelines, thus creating a common free energy market based on regional energy systems around the Baltic Sea---the Baltic Ring. It is considered that this project is of major importance for ec...

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  • Balancing energy generation, economics and the environment is a highly complex business, particularly with climate change at the top of the Government agenda. It requires the assessment of the trade-offs between the economically rational choice of electricity generation versus the environmentally fr...

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  • Romania’s electricity market will be fully liberalised on 1 January 2018, reports CMS. The move comes as a result of a long price deregulation process, which began in 2007. According to the law firm, the price deregulation for non-household consumers was completed on 1 January 2014, while the final ...

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  • One of the main ingredients in the debate about whether Britain should, or will, build a new generation of nuclear power plants has been on the costs of decommissioning of plants and the treatment and disposal of nuclear waste materials. Here, Ceri Green, Director of Nuclear Business at Mitsui Babco...

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