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Solar power lights up Bangladesh Prime Minister’s office

  • 2010-04-02 05:41:16
  • David Flin

The Bangladeshi government has installed a solar panel system on the rooftop of its Prime Minister’s office in the capital Dhaka in a bid to encourage green energy in a country feeling extreme electricity scarcity.

CO2 capture likely to increase cost of coal-fuelled electricity generation

  • 2010-03-26 06:12:22
  • David Flin

The cost of electricity generated from coal will increase relative to renewable energy as the world develops and implements technologies that curtail CO2 emissions at coal-fired power plants, according to some experts meeting at Globe 2010 in Vancouver, Canada.

Entergy asks OK for nuclear plans

  • 2010-03-17 06:12:11
  • David Flin

Entergy asked Louisiana state regulators for approval to continue early development of a new nuclear power generator in St Francisville, Louisiana, USA.

Japan’s cabinet approves draft Global Warming Mitigation Law

  • 2010-03-16 06:28:56
  • David Flin

The Japanese cabinet has approved a draft Global Warming Mitigation Law. With regard to the emissions trading scheme, which had been a focus of controversy until the final process of the discussion, the bill proposes establishment of a total emissions cap as the basic control method while also including the emissions intensity approach in the provisions.

Pakistan power shortfall reaches 2000MW

  • 2010-03-15 04:12:46
  • David Flin

Electricity shortfall in Pakistan has reached the 2000MW mark. Load shedding in urban areas of the country has been extended to 5 hours a day, and to 8 hours a day in rural areas.

California agrees to allow out-of-state renewable energy credits

  • 2010-03-13 05:35:19
  • David Flin

California utilities can now purchase some of the benefits of renewable energy without actually purchasing the energy itself. That’s the gist of a move by the California Public Utilities Commission to allow utilities to use tradable renewable energy credits (TRECs) to meet the state’s ambitious renewable portfolio standard.

US government to fund carbon capture and storage project in Texas

  • 2010-03-10 06:09:45
  • David Flin

US Secretary of Energy Steven Chu has announced that his department will provide $154 million to boost a carbon capture and storage facility in Thompsons, Texas.

GE Hitachi to cooperate on construction of first nuclear power plants in Poland

  • 2010-03-09 06:00:50
  • David Flin

US-based GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has signed an agreement with Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE), Poland's largest power company, to collaborate on a plan to build nuclear power plants in Poland.

EU carbon prices higher as cold weather boosts demand

  • 2010-03-08 10:19:15
  • David Flin

European carbon emissions futures have risen following the return of very cold weather, boosting demand for electricity generation and thereby carbon permits.

Smart grids needed to develop renewable potential

  • 2010-02-22 08:13:33
  • David Flin

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