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  • International law firm Eversheds has advised Geothermal Engineering on securing the land for development of what will be the UK’s first commercial deep geothermal power plant, near Redruth in Cornwall, which has now been granted planning permission by Cornwall Council. The plant is to be buil...

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  • A new law to encourage investment in renewable energy projects will take effect in China from 1 January 2006. The Chinese government is expected to provide a range of financial incentives to investors in renewable projects, including government grants to help with development costs, below-market loa...

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  • Banding review suggests modest RO support reduction from 2013 Tidal stream and wave energy schemes will receive considerably more support under the government’s Renewables Obligation (RO) programme from 2013, if the government sticks to its newly-proposed changes to banded support levels for ...

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  • ‘Renewable energy shows great potential for contributing to the solution of some of today’s energy security and environmental challenges, but more attention must be paid to what is really happening with renewable energy policies and markets, with particular consideration given to cost-...

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  • The European Parliament’s Environment Committee wants European Union (EU) rules to insist that biofuel production is environmentally sustainable, reports Keith Nuthall. The call was made in amendments tabled to European Commission (EC) proposed reforms to the EU Fuel Quality Directive that in...

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  • ‘The Copenhagen Accord and the agreement among G20 countries to phase out subsidies are important steps forward. But, these moves still fall a very long way short of what is required to set us on the path to a truly sustainable energy system,’ said Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director of t...

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  • Even with policy measures to tackle climate change enacted by governments around the world, global primary energy demand will increase by around 36% between 2008 and 2035, at a rate of 1.2% per year on average. This is a central finding of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) annual World ...

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  • The US state of California has the top renewable credentials in a document compiled by the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE). The report compiles data on US renewable energy developments and resource potentials on a state-by-state basis, as well as looking at financial, market and policy ...

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