Dear all, I would like to introduce you to the analysis Dave mentions below and point everyone to the material at www.roadmap2050.eu . Just today more of the underlying material has been added to the site for download. The analysis examined plausible 80%-by-2050 decarbonisation pathways for Europe and then conducted a deep dive […]Read More
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The Conference on Independent Power Generation will be held at the NEC Birmingham, 8th – 10th June 2010. IP&EE – Independent Power & Energy Europe – is the essential biannual event for the Independent European Energy Sector. The Show provides an ideal platform for players in the energy industry to showcase the latest cutting-edge technology […]Read More
A Short Poem on Climate Change in the run up to Christmas, 2009 I fly abroad – the speed of sound; That’s the way to cover ground Why holiday here when you can go Around the world, for sun and snow I must have two mobile phones I’ve two ears, to hear their […]Read More
(From Richard Scrase <riscrase the at symbol yahoo.co.uk>, media advisor to Claverton Group) Dear all, I’m about to embark on a short trip from Japan to Copenhagen by train reporting for UIC. You might like to follow me online. Hope to upload images, video etc. For the media folk amongst you – the material is […]Read More
There was a very interesting article in today’s Evening Standard by Robert Lea on how useless is the Select Committee on Energy. I sent him the e-mail below.
However I have attached a word copy of the article, which is headed “WHY ENERGY MPs SHOW THE SYSTEM IS ROTTEN”
Can you put this on the website please!!!!!!
Need a regular up to date source of hard info on renewable energy? Renew is a 36 page newsletter on renewable energy developments and policy which has been produced by Open University Professor Dave Elliott without a break bi-monthly since 1979. It’s widely seen as a reliable and up to date source of information, news […]Read More
Hi Hugh, You say : “…the ten year cooling trend?…” I say : What utter piffle ! Just look at this chart (link below). It’s a very simplified form of the temperature charts, just to make it easy for people like me to refute people like you :-Read More
Renew, the long-running 34 page bimonthly newsletter on renewable energy developments and policy, is now being offered to subscribers in PDF form. It’s an invaluable and unique source of news and analysis produced by Prof Dave Elliott of the Open University. Now in its 30th year, it covers news and issues from the UK, EU […]Read More
http://www.pennwellblogs.com/power/2009/06/11/carbon-trading-is-insane/ June 11th, 2009 This post is filed under the following categories: Yesterday I attended the UK’s Nuclear Industry Forum, an annual gathering of utilities, politicians, EPCs, NGOs, OEMs and auxiliary service providers, to discuss the prospects of a nuclear renaissance. Vincent De Rivaz, CEO of EDF Energy (the British arm of the French state-owned […]Read More