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BY LUKE SHERWOOD Over the last 10 years the events sector has exploded. Every weekend in the UK throughout the summer the public can choose from a variety of festivals, old and new, large and small, and operating on many different ethos. As the green movement has grown organisers have started to c ...
Posted 24 September 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY HANI MAJZOUB Last year was a breakthrough year for solar in the Middle East with over 30 solar projects awarded – a ten-fold increase on 2013, according to The Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA). MESIA also predicts that in 2015, more than 1,500MW worth of solar projects will b ...
Posted 17 September 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY SVEN LINDSTRÖM Solar energy and the solar industry has exploded in the last decade, and is today an established and competitive renewable energy source. Despite this (or maybe because of this), solar energy has been surrounded by myths, rumors and false arguments that have dimmed the sun ...
Posted 07 September 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY DIMITRIS ASSIMAKIS AND MINAS KITSILIS Dimitris Assimakis and Minas Kitsilis provide a brief update on the investment climate for wind power developers in Greece. Despite the economic climate of the last five and a half years, Greece continues to display a strong rate of wind park commissioning, ...
Posted 02 September 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY CHUN YU JONATHAN POON With subsidies for oil and gas coming to an end in the United Arab Emirates, Chun Yu Jonathan Poon assesses the likely impact for renewable energy development in the country and around the world. The deregulation of the fossil market in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) fro ...
Posted 01 September 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY DIANE YARROW The role of solar, wind and tidal power in achieving the EU’s target of creating 20% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020 is well known. However, the energy derived from waste in helping to meet these targets shouldn’t be dismissed. The last UK government estimat ...
Posted 26 August 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY JOEL MACDONALD While green energy has become increasingly popular in the media, it has continued to lag far behind more traditional energy sources when it comes to actual usage. Perhaps this is because of inherently ephemeral nature of green energy sources like wind and sunlight, compared to the ...
Posted 03 August 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY PAUL FLOREN    Recently, Pilita Clark, the Environment Correspondent at the Financial Times, wrote a very interesting article about a new report, ‘The New Climate Economy’, which I would highly recommend reading. The New Climate Economy was commissioned in 2013 by the gove ...
Posted 03 August 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY ADAM MAIDMENT on how some of the world's biggest brands have embraced green power and the lessons to be learned. Being green is more of a necessity than a lifestyle these days, with more awareness being built on the fact that the more conventional resources of energy on the planet are finit ...
Posted 31 July 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY ABE EMARD Highlighting the benefits of using solar power in agriculture across the US and beyond. With the world becoming ever more digitalised and industrialised, the word of the century is progress, or better yet, change. Change is the theme that characterises the world as we know it. Every co ...
Posted 27 July 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY CONNOR ROBERTS  The damage done by the recent reduction of Australia's Renewable Energy Target cannot be overstated.  To date, over A$10 billion worth of investment has been directed to Australian large-scale renewable energy projects. Primarily, this is because previous investments by ...
Posted 10 July 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY DAVID KIRKHAM  As the dust settles on election rhetoric in the UK, David Kirkham, Chief Executive of not for profit skills organisation Employer First, explores what employers in the green business sector can expect by way of support for their efforts to employ people with the right ski ...
Posted 12 June 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY DAVID PORTER Electric vehicles are an exciting prospect. With smart grids, they may revolutionise how electricity is consumed across Europe – not least in the volume, timing and location of demand.  However, people who are keen to see the switch to electric transport should n ...
Posted 02 June 2015 by Libi Israeli
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