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Solar PV legal and regulatory issues

In April 2010 a scheme, known as the FIT Scheme, was introduced to enable electricity supply companies to make payments to small- scale producers of low Рcarbon electricity. The purpose of the scheme was to encourage members of the public and the community to become involved in the low Рcarbon generation of electricity by specified types of technology. The system of Feed Рin Tariffs (FITs) is designed to provide support and to encourage small Рscale low-carbon generators. The sources of such generation were fore example biomass, wind and solar photovoltaic (solar PV).

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Recent Shale Oil and Gas Finds around the World.

Recent Shale Oil and Gas Finds around the World.

Recent massive discoveries of shale oil and shale gas have been made around the world. Various methods of extraction are being considered, but the most popular is ‘Fracking’ the process of initiating and subsequently propagating a fracture in a rock layer, by means of a pressurized fluid, in order to release petroleum, natural gas, coal seam gas, has come under attack from many quarters and may halt the growth of this expanding sector. √جª¬ø

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Prototype battery explodes at GM test centre

Prototype battery explodes at GM test centre

EcoGeek.Org has reported that a prototype battery exploded during extreme testing at the GM centre in Warren Michigen.

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Recycling Batteries, a growing problem.

Recycling Batteries, a growing problem.

In 2010 regulations came into force requiring the UK to recycle 45% of batteries placed on the market by 2016. This equates to 500 million batteries. This follows the 2006 EU Battery Directive that set a target of 25% of all batteries to be collected by 2012.

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