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$567 million is to support low income households

$567 million is to support low income households New York Governor Kathy Hochul has said $567 million (£463m) is being made accessible to support low income households pay of past energy costs. It may incorporate a predicted $557 million statewide COVID-19 bill credit programme for customers with a minimal income approved today by the New…
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Family Car Being Fleeced £10 at Each Fill Up

Family Car Being Fleeced £10 at Each Fill Up: When Will Government Wake Up to The Chronic Profiteering in the Fuel Supply Chain‘s & its Impact on the Cost of Living? The staggering exploitation and greediness shown by oil companies and fuel wholesalers exceed belief. Prices at the pumps should now be 15p to 20p…
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BEIS’s £30m spending increase in data science

BEIS’s £30m spending increase in data science: The over the last five years BEIS (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) has increased its funding by £30 million to raise its count of data scientists it employs. They revealed it has lead to a 408% increase in the sector’s spending since 2017, increasing from 146…
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Creating an Efficient and Eco-Friendly Business

Creating an Efficient and Eco-Friendly Business

Creating an Efficient and Eco-Friendly Business: Right now, increasing numbers of people are considering or getting started with creating their own business. This isn’t all too surprising. Running a business is becoming an increasingly appealing and popular option following the coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic. As many companies collapsed and as many businesses made staff redundant,…
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The UK aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by a tenth by 2020

The UK aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by a tenth by 2020: As a result of Covid-19 epidemic limits, the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions reduced by 9.5 percent in 2020 compared to 2019. According to official figures released today by the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy, emissions totaled approximately 406 million tonnes…
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“High electricity demand put world power systems under strain”

“High electricity demand put world power systems under strain”: Last year, global power demand increased by 6%. According to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) latest ‘Electricity Market Report,’ this was the greatest yearly increase in absolute terms and the largest percentage increase since the financial crisis in 2010. According to the research, the hike pushed…
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Christmas party blamed for Covid-19 Omicron outbreak

Christmas party blamed for Covid-19 Omicron outbreak: In Oslo, Norway, a Christmas party hosted by renewable energy business Scatec was apparently a “super spreader event” for the Omicron model. According to Reuters, at least 13 people have been infected with the novel coronavirus type as a result of the business event. The Department of Mineral Resources…
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The UK water heating market to return to growth in 2021

The UK water heating market to return to growth in 2021: With the outbreak of Covid-19 in 2020, the UK water heating market saw a sharp decline of around -13% but the latest report from AMA Research estimates a return to growth in 2021. New housebuilding was the most severely impacted of all the construction…
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Severity of COVID & hospitalisation related to air pollution

Severity of COVID & hospitalisation related to air pollution: Researchers have confirmed people residing in areas of high air pollution pre-pandemic might have a greater risk of contracting COVID-19 as well as being admitted to hospital. A current study from Imperial College London, commissioned by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, discovered this is most probable due…
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Renewables Gas Guarantees of Origins certificate price fall

Renewables Gas Guarantees of Origins certificate price fall

Renewables Gas Guarantees of Origins certificate price fall: Results from Cornwall Insight‘s latest Green Certificates Survey indicate the price of Renewables Gas Guarantees of Origin (RGGO) certificates continues to fall. Relative to the March 2020 survey, the average reported RGGO price has fallen 30% to ~£6/MWh for 2019 vintage RGGOs and dropped 15% to ~£7/MWh…
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