Europe’s green credentials were boosted this week with the installation of solar panels on an artificial train tunnel in Belgium. (more…)
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Recruitment in the solar technology industry grew significantly in the first quarter of this year and a large number of the new positions can be directly attributed to the Feed in Tariff programme. (more…)
As if the Japanese people didn’t have enough to worry about after last week’s horrendous earthquake and Tsunami, they now have the nuclear threat to contend with. (more…)
Despite the fact that local authorities are seeing unprecedented cuts to their budgets, few seem inclined to garner revenue from renewable energy.
Last summer, Chris Huhne, the energy and climate change secretary, urged councils to make better use of feed-in tariffs and sell renewable energy back to the national grid. This sounds as if it would produce a good source of income and yet only 275 local authorities have registered for the scheme so far. (more…)
At Carbon Reduction ‘09 we will be presenting a Master Class detailing the tools and methodology past, present and future which has been and will be critical in resourcing highly skilled, but short supply candidates for the ever expanding renewables and alternative energy industry sector. (more…)