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Solar PV Feed in Tarrif appeal refused.

The Government has been refused permission to appeal against the January 2012 Court of Appeal decision in relation to the Feed in Tariff for solar photovoltaic  [PV] installations. The decision means that any  4 kW installation in working order and licenced before the Government’s cut of eligibility date of  3rd March 2012 will qualify for the FIT ( 39.6 p per KWh if new build and 45.5 p per KWh if retrofit) for the current period of 25 years.   √جª¬ø

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Circular Economy by Felix Preston

Chatham House has launched it’s briefing paper entitled ‘A Global Redesign?  Shaping the Circular Economy’.  This follows on from an event in York hosted jointly by the Centre for Low Carbon Futures and the York Environmental Sustainability Institute in October 2011 focusing on the circular economy, and subsequent discussions with Chatham House.√جª¬ø

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Local Authorities call for Infrastructure Bonds

Local Authorities call for Infrastructure Bonds

Support for planned ‘Green Infrastructure Bonds’ has come from the Local Government Association, which represents more than 350 councils in England and Wales. The LGA has written to the Chancellor ahead of this month’s Budget, arguing that lifting red tape and allowing local authorities to seek more private investment could reduce the damage done by public sector cuts and help revive the economy.√جª¬ø

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Environment Agency approves Fracking

Environment Agency approves Fracking

The Envrionment Agency head of climate change has said that Fracking should be allowed to resume in the UK, now the potential dangers are understood.

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First Electric Vehicle with ‘battery switch’ from Better Place

First Electric Vehicle with ‘battery switch’ from Better Place

 Renault have revealed the definitive version of its 100% electric sedan, three-volume Renault Fluence Z.E. Orders opened in September 2011. Prices range between €20,900 and €26,900, depending on local VAT rates and available tax incentive packages, excluding battery.

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Litihium Battery advances for Electric Vehicles.

Litihium Battery advances for Electric Vehicles.

As Better Place announce their first switching stations – [see http://goo.gl/EdYYp about advances in Israel including an unauthorised video of the new facility) the race is hotting up to develop a long life and cheap Litiium Battery for use in Electric Vehicles. √جª¬ø

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