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  • ‘Revised PPAs needed for businesses to go green’

    ‘Revised PPAs needed for businesses to go green’ Oct 12, 2017 Jonny Bairstow Infrastructure Generation, Low Carbon, Markets Finance 0 Image: Shutterstock Encouraging businesses to adopt renewables through Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) could be vital to decarbonising Europe. That’s according to WindEurope, which suggests changing the rulebook on PPAs in the Clean Energy Package would […]

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  • ‘More methane comes from cow burps than old wells’

    ‘More methane comes from cow burps than old wells’ Oct 11, 2017 Jonny Bairstow Coal, Gas Oil, Sustainability Environment 0 Image: Shutterstock Methane emissions from old oil and gas wells are generally low compared to other sources of the gas, which include livestock burping and flatulent livestock. That’s according to a new report from Durham […]

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  • UK’s nuclear safeguards bill published in Parliament

    UK’s nuclear safeguards bill published in Parliament Oct 11, 2017 Priyanka Shrestha Policy Legislation, Low Carbon 0 Image: Shutterstock A bill which will establish a domestic nuclear safeguards regime has been introduced to Parliament today. The Nuclear Safeguards Bill aims to bolster the roles and responsibilities of the UK’s existing nuclear regulator, the Office for […]

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