Tag: Renewables

Five reasons to stay positive about Paris despite Trump

Donald Trump’s decision yesterday to take the US out of the Paris Agreement has been in the pipeline (pun slightly intended) ever since he was elected president back in November. Now that it’s actually happened, what should those of us working in AD and the low-carbon…

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Tags: chris noyce, paris agreement, decarbonisation, renewables

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ADBA comments on election manifestos

Following the launch of the Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservative manifestos, ADBA has commented on the energy, climate change and environmental policies outlined by the major parties. Conservative Manifesto Commenting on the Conservative Party’s Manifesto, ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton welcomed the Conservatives’ continued commitment to the…

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Tags: general election, manifestos, recycling, climate change, Circular Economy, renewables, anaerobic digestion

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CBI slams government’s renewables policy

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The Confederation of British Industry’s Director General, John Cridland, is widely considered the voice for British business, and so it will not go unnoticed that he has today slammed ‘the worrying signal to businesses’. Speaking alongside the former Vice President of the United States, Al Gore,…

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Tags: blog, cbi, john cridland, renewables, green economy, business, government, policy, al gore, paris conference, low carbon, Derek Sivyer

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Mayor of London slams Feed-in Tariff cuts

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Speaking during yesterday's London Assembly Mayor's Question Time, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson MP, stated: I am concerned by the government’s potential cuts to FiTs. In response to London Assembly member, Baroness Jones, challenged that the government is having a 'huge bonfire' of renewables, the…

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Tags: Mayor of London, boris johnson, london assembly, local government, London, FIT, baroness jones, government, renewables, blackouts, energy security, baseload, nuclear, edf, blog, Derek Sivyer

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Chris Huhne highlights "folly" of reducing renewables support ahead of ADBA National Confe

ADBA PRESS RELEASE As the debate around new renewables and the cost of energy hots up, former Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Chris Huhne, will speak on “Perspectives on renewable energies and the cost of energy” at the ADBA National Conference, Westminster, 3 December, two days before the…

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Tags: ADBA National Conference, Chris Huhne, renewable financial incentives, renewables

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