The European Investment Bank (EIB) has announced it will lend €300 million ($438 million) towards the construction of a 256 km electricity interconnector between Ireland and Wales, and $200 million for...
The EU is unlikely to meet its vision for an OECD-wide carbon market by 2015, Emmanuel Fages, senior analyst at Orbeo, said at the Carbon Show in London on September 29.
“China will have a cap-and-trade scheme before the US and we will hear some statement from China on this at Copenhagen,” Philippe Chauvancy, director of sales at Paris-based exchange Bluenext predicted...
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The government of Ontario has launched Canada’s first feed-in tariff (Fit) for renewable power under its Green Energy Act. The move is part of a series of incentives designed to create 500,000 jobs in the renewable energy sector over the next five years....
UK quarrying and construction company Tarmac has signed a £3.5 million power-purchase agreement (PPA). As part of the deal, Tarmac will buy discounted renewable energy from UK renewables firm Nuon Renewables and sell it back to UK energy company npower....
Current offshore wind capacity has the potential to supply 17% of European Union electricity demand by 2030, according to the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA). Offshore wind currently provides a meagre 0.3% of European electricity demand.
Norway and Sweden have agreed on a joint green electricity certificates market from January 1, 2012. The scheme promotes green energy by offering producers of electricity from renewable sources a green certificate for every MWh of electricity produced,...
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