Blog posts with the tag: "David Cameron"
Tuesday 5 February 2013
Every effective energy efficiency programme needs support from the top and at today’s launch of the “Energy Efficiency Mission” hosted by Greg Barker we certainly got top level support direct from the Prime Minister David Cameron. This marks a significant step forward for the energy efficiency agenda and has to be welcomed, whatever the cynicism about any government’s ability…
Monday 4 February 2013
Global new investment in renewable energy has risen from $22 billion in 2004 to $211 billion in 2010 driven almost entirely by subsidies. Subsidies have been justified by the perceived need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to combat global warming and the need to support renewable generation technologies until they are cost-effective. Now the on-going…
Dr Steven Fawkes
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