Monthly Archive: March 2014

Biogas – Sustainable energy or just hot air 0

Biogas – Sustainable energy or just hot air

Biogas seems to have been in the news a fair bit recently, with a major feature on Sunday’s Countryfile as well as George Monbiot writing for the Guardian. These features focused primarily on the food versus fuel...

Putin unwittingly boosts European renewables 0

Putin unwittingly boosts European renewables

As Europe prepares to debate the future of renewable energy policy, the Russia-Ukraine crisis should be a wake-up call for the European Council. The 28 heads of state and government of the European Union...

New Nuclear….high stakes, high costs 0

New Nuclear….high stakes, high costs

On 7th March the European Commission published in the Official Journal an invitation to submit comments in the next month on the investment contract for Hinkley Point C. The UK Government has reacted by...

Are some green tariffs greener than others? 2

Are some green tariffs greener than others?

It was my birthday last week and my friends took me out to see the Lego movie (it is lots of fun, very clever and faintly subversive).But, as we waited to see the film...

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