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  • The UK government has announced plans to ensure the future of the feed-in tariffs (FITs) scheme to make it more predictable. Transparency, longevity and certainty are at the heart of the new improved scheme, which provides a subsidy, paid for by all consumers through their energy bills, enabling sma...

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  • Organisations and individuals who installed onsite renewable energy technologies before 15 July 2009 will receive a lower feed-in tariff rate than those installing new equipment after 1st April 2010. All solar PV, wind, hydroelectric and anaerobic digestion technologies <50kW will have to transfer o...

  • Feed-in Tariffs row defused with proposals for stabilityThe long-running and highly divisive saga over government cuts to the Feed-in Tariffs (FiTs) that it pays for power from small-scale renewables installations - see Energy World February 2012 - reached a quieter phase with a new consultation fro...

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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-effectiveness,...

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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 large s...

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  • Cash rewards for low carbon electricity and heating - feed-in tariffs from April Householders and communities that install low carbon electricity-generating technology such as solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, wind turbines up to 5 MW in size and micro-CHP systems will be entitled to claim payments fo...

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  • BP Amoco is acquiring an initial 18.5% shareholding in the US green and clean energy consumer marketer, Green Mountain, for an undisclosed sum. According to BP Amoco, the investment is 'focused on significantly extending the market for competitively prices renewable energy - including solar power - ...

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  • Smaller nuclear reactors may hold big promise Vast amounts of new power generation capacity will be needed globally in the years ahead both as a result of growth of GDP in the developing world and the developed world’s need to replace existing generation plant which is nearing end of life. According...

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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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  • Mounting concerns about climate change and the challenges of increasing oil production are prompting the energy industry to dramatically increase its efforts to broaden the energy mix, according to a round-table discussion at the World Energy Congress in Montréal in September. The round table of fiv...

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