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  • 2 ViewpointWhy the lights...won’t go out - Daniel Norton3 International newsEurope ‘unlikely‘ to meet its renewables targetWorld wind power growth at 35%Biogas - fired fuel cells for NewYork CityPV power for two Californian wineries American companies start ocean energy R&a...

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  • Solomon Associates specialises in the conduct of Comparative Performance Analyses, attract the interest of a large proportion of the world's oil refineries, petrochemical plants, and power generation facilities.These analyses readily form basis for performance improvement which Solomon Associates ca...

  • Solomon Associates specialises in the conduct of Comparative Performance Analyses, attract the interest of a large proportion of the world's oil refineries, petrochemical plants, and power generation facilities.These analyses readily form basis for performance improvement which Solomon Associates ca...

  • Power companies desperate to attract more young people into the sector are backing a new, industry-wide qualification to improve career progression. Energy companies, including E.ON, EA Technology and CE Electric UK, are in discussions with the Government-backed National Skills Academy for Power to ...

  • Britain's plans for a new generation of nuclear power stations will face a fierce challenge for skills and resources from countries keen to build their own, according to research published today. China has plans for 24 nuclear plants and outline proposals for another 76, according to the Economic Re...

  • How do we deliver low carbon energy to communities in an affordable, secure and sustainable way - and position the UK for greener economic growth? Steve Holliday, Chief Executive of National Grid, shares his thoughts on the challenges inherent in creating in the next two decades a radically differen...

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