Blog posts with the tag: "renewables"
Wednesday 26 February 2014
There is a tangible sense of frustration at the slow progress being made in scaling up the European energy efficiency market. But traditional players need to learn from the more dynamic markets in the US or risk being overtaken by rivals with new business models. The science fiction writer Arthur C Clarke once said:…
Thursday 20 February 2014
There have been a few interesting energy articles in the FT, most notably; “Consumers see the light over lower energy costs”, by Guy Chazan, which reported that people use nearly a third less electricity to light their homes than they did 16 years ago. Brenda Boardman from the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford said that…
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