Ecotricity to build the largest PV-Wind combined plant in UK

01/09/2010 11:31 Renewable

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The first combined PV-Wind Park in United Kingdom is waiting the approval of British authorities.

The UK energy company Ecotricity plans to build a PV farm at Fen Farm, Conisholme, near a wind park of 20 wind turbines. The plant will cover the area of 4.7 acres, and its construction should be completed 15 weeks after the approval of the East Lindsey District Council will be granted. Ecotricity plans to obtain a feed-in tariff of 29.3 p/kWh for the next 25 years for the electricity produced by the PV farm. Further consultations with the local population are required, but preliminary results show that the locals have a positive attitude toward this project.

Total wins new deep offshore block in Brazil

11/10/2019 09:36:00

French Total and its co-venturers Qatar Petroleum and Petronas have won the C-M-541 deep offshore block in the 16th Bidding Round held by Brazil’s National Petroleum Agency (ANP).

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20 Fossil Fuel Companies Generate One Third Of All Global Emissions

10/10/2019 16:26:00

New data compiled by the United States-based Climate Accountability Institute and revealed by the Guardian confirms what many already know: at the core of the climate crisis is the fossil fuel industry. The crucial finding from the analysis is that 20 oil, gas and coal companies can be directly linked to over one third of all energy industry greenhouse gases in modern history. Despite knowing the destruction and dangers their activities pose to our planet and people, fossil fuel companies have been driving climate change and hold the key to avoiding impending disaster. What this points to is the urgent need for divestment, in spite of skepticism amongst some leaders.

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BP, Shell among bidders in $800 million Brazilian oil auction

10/10/2019 16:18:00

BP Plc, Chevron Corp and Royal Dutch Shell Plc are among the companies that will compete for exploration and production rights off the Brazilian coast on Thursday, in the first of three oil bidding rounds scheduled for coming weeks.

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