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Energy UK 55m
Replying to @EnergyUKcomms
It is so important for all technologies to have the same opportunities to further drive costs down for consumers while providing a stable policy framework that will give investors the confidence to fund the billions of investment needed.
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Energy UK 1h
Replying to @EnergyUKcomms
Decarbonising heating by 2050 is a huge challenge that requires Govt to set out clear long-term policy, incl. how this will be paid for. We set out need for clear requirements & targets for & heating in all our homes to drive change.
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leedsbee 19h
Replying to @RobertJenrick
Even more impressive would be 100% nuclear, round the clock, every single day. No landscape destroying wind turbines, no ugly solar panels on roofs, no imported biomass, no need for fracking, just clean 16g CO2eq / kWH (IPCC) energy
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FMB: Master Builders 3h
Congratulations to on winning the Low Carbon Project award at the recent FMB Northern Ireland . This award is given for projects that achieve a measurable reduction in carbon emissions, and was sponsored by ...
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Chamber Low Carbon 1h
We have some fantastic consultants working with businesses participating in our programme Find out all about them here
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Chamber Low Carbon 4h
Find out what funding is available to help your business go green with our "Green Money & How to Spend It" event We'll also have a Marketplace so you can see what technologies & services could work in your business
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MCCAC 1h
Are you an Alberta-based Small to Medium Sized Enterprise (SME) or potential network partner who is interested in working with a to provide solutions to community-scale generation? Apply now at
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ACEethanol 20h
Congress could provide Rural America with concrete benefits from climate-centered policies that outweigh potential negatives. One important way is to recognize the role agriculture can play to address climate change & increase the use of fuels.
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Jennifer Clair Robson 3h
Replying to @FSBnortheast
Super catch up as ever, and all very exciting indeed
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Stanley Rayfield 36m
Energy efficiency is described as the first fuel. Here’s how the concept of Deep home retrofit uses
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PEI Magazine 5h
World’s longest wind turbine blade rolls off assembly line -
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Simon Hanson 4h
Great to catch up with to chat about our work and how the NE can lead the way on this. Some exciting plans being lined up for later in the year.
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Natural Resources Apr 22
Trying to cut carbs? So are we! Canada is transitioning to a economy. Find out how NRCan is contributing to our green future :
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Braidy Industries Apr 19
We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with , which will enable our Braidy Atlas mill to become the first , aluminum rolling facility in all of North America. .
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Carbon Coop 18m
Come along this Friday if you've been energised by and want to find out more about what a transition for homes would look like:
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The Uto ni Yalo Apr 18
Announcing our last project to build 100+ traditional wind sailing canoes in 2019 for coastal villages, eco-tourism livelihoods, fishing and our soon to established voyaging school. With its sea trails completed, the 1st 10 canoes are already under construction
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Chamber Low Carbon 6h
Replying to @chamberlowcarb
If you're a business and have decided that now is the time to make your business green we are here to help We'll support you to reduce your carbon emissions and improve your resource efficiency
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Edmund Hunt 4h
Time is running out, but the consumer doesn’t know how to make a lower carbon choice, even if they cared. For heat, all they want is a warm home.
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ESO Control Room Apr 19
energy sources are generating 53.8% of GB electricity (nuclear 18.9%, solar 18.6%, wind 12.1%, biomass 3.5%, hydro 0.7%), national demand 32.2 GW *excl. non-renewable distributed generation
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Michael Martin 17h
While at the lunch fmr VP suggested there is hope: , transit, , + the circular economy (2/3)
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