Iran ’s pursuit of its nuclear programme has tested the patience of
Wind power in reached a new record during 8 th November, providing at its peak 53.7 per cent of ’s total electricity demand, 10.7 per cent greater than the previous record set in November 2008.
The European Commission’s recent publication proposing massive spending by the 27 EU countries on wind and solar energy, carbon capture and nuclear power could result in billions of dollars going to European universities and research institutions over the next 10 years.
Brazil is moving forward with its nuclear expansion programme, which could be worth more than $24 billion by 2030, and this could be just the first stage in a programme that would run until 2060.
Ignacio Galán, Chairman of Iberdrola Renovables, met Gordon Brown, Prime Minister of the UK at 10 Downing Street, and expressed his interest in contributing to the development of the UK’s energy system through clean technologies.