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Policy uncertainty threatens to hold back renewables


Growth in renewable energy is at risk of slowing down over the next five years unless governments reduce the uncertainty over their climate change policies, a new report has warned....

Manufacturers urge sweeping reform of emissions trading


Energy intensive industries could be driven out of Europe if the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) is not reformed, according to a trade body.

Large scale power stations could be on way out argues UBS


More efficient batteries and the growing popularity of electric cars could signal the end for large-scale power stations, according to analysts at Swiss investment bank UBS.

GDF Suez in £90m UK wind farm deal


French gas company GDF Suez has sold a 50% stake in its seven UK wind farms to a fund managed by infrastructure investor Equitix.

Landfill sites could become solar farms under new plans


British Solar Renewables (BRS) has signed a deal with Sita to turn several of its closed landfill sites into solar farms.

Shift away from fossil fuels is a $5 trillion challenge, says BNEF


Institutional investors will find it difficult to find other places to pump their cash if they sell their shares in fossil fuel companies, according to a white paper published by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).

Sector Round Up - 02/09/2014


This weeks top stories include:John Muir Trust seeks judicial review of wind farm,Green Deal ad misleading say ASA

SmartestEnergy finalist for 'Supplier of the Year' at The Energy Awards 2014


SmartestEnergy is honoured to announce that we have been shortlisted as one of the finalists for the 'Supplier of the Year' category in this year's Energy Awards.

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