Germany faces higher electricity prices and very serious power supply shortfalls

Thursday, 19 November 2009
imagee/GERMA.jpg Germany faces higher electricity prices and power supply shortfalls if the economic downturn prevents enough new power plants being built, says Reuters.
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British government to promote UK's Climate Change Act across Europe

Thursday, 19 November 2009
imagee/GRE2.jpg The British government has teamed up with a number of green groups to promote the UK's Climate Change Act across Europe as part of a campaign to get other countries to introduce similar legislation, says Businessgreen.com.
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Carbon has no place in global trade rules

Friday, 13 November 2009
imagee/FT.jpg Crunch time for an international agreement to tackle global warming is only weeks away. In December, the world will meet in Copenhagen to negotiate a new agreement on cutting global emissions of greenhouse gases, with prospects for a meeting of minds still far from certain, says FT.com.
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The EU and US have held the first meeting of a new transatlantic Energy Council

Friday, 13 November 2009
imagee/EUUS.jpg The EU and US have held the first meeting of a new transatlantic Energy Council, after the US President Barack Obama and EU leaders had agreed to establish the new energy forum for cooperation during a summit on Tuesday, says EurActiv.com.
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Bulgaria ready to dramatical increase of wind energy outputs in next 10 years

Thursday, 12 November 2009
imagee/windEEE.jpg Bulgaria is set to dramatically expand its wind power output in the next 10 years, delegates at a workshop on integrating wind power in Bulgaria heard this week. From the current 330 megawatts (MW) installed to over 3,000 MW by 2020, wind energy is expected to meet 13.5% of Bulgaria's electricity demand.
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