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Monthly Archives: June 2009

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Energy Mix:

admin June 21, 2009

Around two thirds of the UK’s electricity is generated by coal and gas fueled power stations. These plants pump millions of tons of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. These gases are known to cause climate change. Much of the remaining electricity in the UK is produced by nuclear power stations, but there… Continue Reading »

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Carbon Footprint Funding:

admin June 12, 2009

51 million extra funding to cut public sector carbon footprint Hospitals, leisure centres, local authorities – and even central government departments – will be able to reduce  carbon emissions by taking up new energy efficiency loans. The Government, in partnership with Salix Finance and the Carbon Trust will provide £51.5 million in interest free loans to… Continue Reading »

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Energy Market:

admin June 7, 2009

UK power for winter delivery rose Thursday as an oil-led surge ensured prices for natural gas and coal were well supported, making electricity generation for some of the country’s power producers more expensive.  Despite some reported selling interest by a large utility, winter 09 base rose 70 pence to GBP46.75/MWh ($76.53/MWh) by the end of… Continue Reading »

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