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World leaders confirm attendance at energy efficiency talks
World leaders confirm attendance at energy efficiency talks

Friday 13th November 2009

At least 40 world leaders - including Gordon Brown, Kevin Rudd and Nicolas Sarkozy - have announced that they intend to be present at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen next month. The news comes after Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen sent invitations to 191 potential delegates through diplomatic ...

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Legislation to reduce carbon emissions 'coming into force'
Legislation to reduce carbon emissions 'coming into force'

Friday 13th November 2009

One sector commentator has noted that legislation designed to reduce carbon emissions will be brought into place from April 2010. Nick Robinson, technical operation lead at Cisco, made his comments at the Green IT Expo 2009, which took place at the Barbican Exhibition Centre in London between November 10th and 11th. He ...

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DECC implements energy efficiency programme
DECC implements energy efficiency programme

Thursday 12th November 2009

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has reaffirmed its commitment to reducing its environmental impact by signing up to the 10:10 energy efficiency campaign. In a statement issued in recent days, the body explained that this means it will take steps to reduce carbon emissions by ten per ...

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DOE praises energy efficiency of wind turbine
DOE praises energy efficiency of wind turbine

Thursday 12th November 2009

The US department of energy (DOE) has joined a number of industry representatives and staff from its national labs to praise the energy efficiency of a new wind turbine at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. In a statement, the body explained that the new state-of-the-art 1.5 MW tool, which is informally ...

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'Most consumers' have yet to employ energy efficiency initiatives
'Most consumers' have yet to employ energy efficiency initiatives

Thursday 12th November 2009

The majority of consumers have yet to employ energy efficiency schemes in their properties, according to one sector commentator. Gordon Miller, founder of online resource whatgreenhome.com, made his comments after the Department of Energy and Climate Change announced governmental plans to improve the energy efficiency of low-income consumers' properties at the ...

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IT "the key" to enhancing energy efficiency

Thursday 12th November 2009

One sector commentator has suggested that IT is "the key" to the proliferation of energy efficiency initiatives across the globe. Warren Wilson, research director at telecoms, IT and software services organisation Ovum/Datamonitor, made his comments at the Green IT Expo 2009, which took place at the Barbican Exhibition Centre in London ...

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"Technology shift" needed for energy efficiency

Thursday 12th November 2009

Advances in technology are required in order to allow for the proliferation of energy efficiency strategies, it has been asserted. Neil Wallis, head of communications for the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, made his comments after Cambridge Econometrics published research in recent days that indicated the government is likely to miss its ...

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All UK energy efficiency schemes 'should be fast tracked'
All UK energy efficiency schemes 'should be fast tracked'

Thursday 12th November 2009

Every kind of energy efficiency initiative in the UK should receive backing from the government in order for them to be fast tracked, according to one sector commentator. A spokesperson for the RenewableEnergyCentre.co.uk made her comments after the secretary of state for energy and climate change Ed Miliband presented parliament with ...

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Energy efficiency 'can aid construction sector'
Energy efficiency 'can aid construction sector'

Thursday 12th November 2009

Energy efficiency initiatives can provide the construction and property sectors with long-term benefits, an industry commentator has asserted. Tim Pullen, eco expert and author, made his remarks after the Self Build Housing Market - UK 2009-2013 report from AMA Research showed that the number of self-build property completions is expected to ...

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Boris Johnson: Energy efficiency a
Boris Johnson: Energy efficiency a

Thursday 12th November 2009

Boris Johnson has stated that it is a "no brainer" that the housing sector requires energy efficiency work. The mayor of London made his comments as he announced plans to reduce carbon emissions and energy use from at least 200,000 properties in the capital by 2012. He launched a number of studies ...

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Energy management targets 'will be met'
Energy management targets 'will be met'

Thursday 12th November 2009

The government will meet its renewable energy management targets by 2020, an industry expert has asserted. Online resource NewEnergyFocus reports that Andrew Perrins, head of bioenergy at the Department of Energy and Climate Change's Office of Renewable Energy Deployment (ORED), said that the UK is "miles" away from where it needs ...

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Smart meters 'will help reduce carbon emissions'
Smart meters 'will help reduce carbon emissions'

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Technology such as smart meters will help reduce carbon emissions in the UK, an industry expert has stated. Philip Sellwood, chief executive of the Energy Saving Trust, made his comments after Lord Smith, the chairman of the Environment Agency, suggested that consumers should be given an annual carbon allowance. He stated that ...

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Energy management a
Energy management a "key issue"

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Energy management is a "key issue" in the property construction sector, it has been asserted. Author and eco expert Tim Pullen made his comments after Richard Diment, director general of the Federation of Master Builders, told the Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum that financial incentives are needed in order to ...

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'Much to be done' to reduce carbon emissions in the UK
'Much to be done' to reduce carbon emissions in the UK

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Much work still needs to be done to help the UK to reduce carbon emissions and meet governmental targets, it has been avowed. Neil Wallis, head of communications for action and advisory group the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, made his comments following the publication of data by Cambridge Econometrics last month. The ...

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Funding for Onshore Windfarms
Funding for Onshore Windfarms

Wednesday 11th November 2009

It has become increasingly crucial for the UK to take steps to reduce carbon emissions, according to the chancellor of the exchequer. Alistair Darling made his comments in recent days at a forum in London, which he hosted alongside energy and climate secretary Ed Miliband - who is also the Labour ...

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US Cooperates with Native American Community to Reduce Carbon Emissions
US Cooperates with Native American Community to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Wednesday 11th November 2009

The US department of energy has taken steps to outline its commitment to cooperating with the Native American community to help develop projects on tribal lands that reduce carbon emissions. Energy secretary Steven Chu explained that the schemes in question also aim to create new jobs and reduce energy use. He stated: ...

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US energy secretary to promote energy management schemes
US energy secretary to promote energy management schemes

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Steven Chu, the US energy secretary, is set to visit India and China in order to promote cooperation on energy management schemes, it has been announced. The US department of energy explained that Mr Chu will be on his trip between November 12th and 18th and on the Chinese section of ...

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"Whole house" approach needed to enhance home energy efficiency

Wednesday 11th November 2009

People need to take a holistic view of their energy management systems in order to improve their home's green credentials, it has been asserted. Lord Adair Turner, chairman of the Climate Change Commission, told the Telegraph that the UK needs to look at more radical ways of improving the environmental efficiency ...

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Schemes that reduce carbon emissions are
Schemes that reduce carbon emissions are "win/win/win solutions"

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Initiatives that aim to reduce carbon emissions are "win/win/win solutions" for the natural world, it has been asserted. Deputy executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) Richard Jones made his comments at a global district energy symposium in Copenhagen in recent days. The sector expert recognised six communities for their efforts ...

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"New opportunities" to reduce carbon emissions needed

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Industry needs to find new methods and solutions that can help to reduce carbon emissions, it has been avowed. Dr Mark Williamson, director of innovations at the Carbon Trust, made his comments as the organisation met with industry leaders to announce support for a drive to lower energy costs and carbon ...

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Energy-saving building exhibition opens in Arizona
Energy-saving building exhibition opens in Arizona

Wednesday 11th November 2009

An event billed as the world's largest exhibition of green building technology gets underway in Phoenix today (November 11th). Hosted by the US Green Building Council, Greenbuild will bring more than 20,000 representatives from the construction and energy-saving industries to Arizona. The exhibition floor is set to feature over 1,800 booths, while ...

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EU pressing for
EU pressing for "ambitious" treaty to reduce carbon emissions

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December, the EU has announced that it is pushing for an international treaty that is "global, ambitious, comprehensive and legally binding". In a statement, the body said that energy saving initiatives need to be put in place in order to keep the ...

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Copenhagen must be
Copenhagen must be "the start" of an energy management process

Wednesday 11th November 2009

The United Nations Climate Change Conference, which is set to take place in Copenhagen next month, must represent "the start" of a new energy management process, it has been asserted. Environment Agency chairman Lord Smith made his comments as the body held its annual conference, stating that Britain needs to take ...

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Environment Agency publishes plan to reduce carbon emissions
Environment Agency publishes plan to reduce carbon emissions

Wednesday 11th November 2009

The Environment Agency has published a new five-year plan that aims to help reduce carbon emissions from businesses. In a statement, the organisation said that environmental management is becoming increasingly important for firms and that it aims to provide support to these enterprises by committing to this initiative. The body's head of ...

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Ed Miliband outlines new direction on energy management
Ed Miliband outlines new direction on energy management

Wednesday 11th November 2009

Energy and climate secretary Ed Miliband has outlined a new direction on energy management, as well as taking steps to highlight the UK's need for a new low-carbon, secure energy mix. In a statement, Mr Miliband - who is also the Labour MP for Doncaster North - said that the threats ...

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