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Plans progressing for North Sea artificial island wind-hub
Two of Europe's biggest electricity network operators are pressing ahead with ambitious plans for a massive windpower hub in the North Sea.
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Renewable energy now at record levels worldwide
Green energy is on the up and up with record levels of investment and generation.
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Cost of tidal power can be halved says Ecotricity
Green energy company Ecotricity is claiming it can build tidal lagoon energy sites in Britain for almost half the price currently proposed for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon.
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Offshore tidal power gathers momentum with plans for 100MW scheme off Irish coast
The Fair Head Tidal Energy project expected to start construction in 2018.
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PM voices cost doubts over Swansea Bay tidal barrier scheme
Prime Minister David Cameron has expressed concerns about the high cost of building the Swansea Bay tidal barrier project.
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Re-invest shale gas revenues in carbon capture and renewables says task force
Revenues from a new shale gas industry should be reinvested in carbon capture and storage and low carbon energy generation to ensure that the UK meets its long term climate change commitments a new report...
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