RES bill should boost renewable energy development and RECs trading but is unlikely to pass this year
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The fallout from BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill will act as a boost for the alternative energy sector, says exchange-traded fund manager ETF Securities.
The latest US Senate energy bill has been criticised for omitting a renewable energy standard (RES), which drafters felt would not attract the 60 votes needed to pass the bill
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UK energy regulator Ofgem has finalised funding the first tranche of projects, totalling £319 million, from a potential £1 billion package of extra investment in Britain's high-voltage networks. The...
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