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Posted by: Michael Williams on 22/12/2011

It is hugely impressive that the Scottish government is currently on target to meet their goal of generating the equivalent of 100% of electricity demand from renewables by 2020. In contrast it is harder to identify how the coalition has supported the sector so that England can meet its 2020 obligations.

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: Energy | Energy Minister | Feed-in Tariffs | FIT | Greg Barker | Hydropower | Micropower Council | Renewables | Scotland | Wind power

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Posted by: Rod Ellison on 22/11/2011

In the second unscheduled change this year feed in tariff rates for solar PV have been cut. The government argues the subsidises were over generous. The reality of the situation is that one of the few technologies the public seem willing to adopt will no longer be financially attractive, substantial job losses are likely and the changes will reduce investor confidence in emerging subsidy regimes.

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: Feed in tariff | FIT | Renewables | Solar

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Posted by: Roderick Ellison - MSc BSc (Hons) AIEMA on 18/03/2011

Following many months of discussion and speculation, The Coalition Government has now released the details of the RHI - Renewable Heat Incentive.

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: Renewables | solar photovoltaic

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Posted by: Lisa Peirce on 16/03/2011

Ecosulis were appointed by Rewables First to support applications for a full Abstraction and an Impoundment Licences. The scope of our appointment included undertaking an extended Phase 1 habitat, River Corridor, River Habitat and otter surveys. The results of the surveys were summarised and potential impacts and mitigation outlined in a ecological supporting statement.

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Categories: Ecological Consulting
Tags: Hydropower | Otter Survey | Renewables | River Corridor Survey

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Posted by: Hannah Maben - BSc (Hons) MIEEM on 07/12/2010

Ecosulis attended the above seminar on 3 December 2010, which is the first of many proposed by the University of Exeter’s ‘Big Dilemmas’ project. There was a strong opinion from some panelists and members of the audience that as well as promoting and supporting renewable energy schemes to increase the percentage of renewables in the energy mix, it is critical that action is taken now to reduce carbon emissions/energy consumption within the home, workplace and from the products and materials we use.

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: biodiversity | Energy Sector | Environmental Impact Assessment | Exeter University | Global Warming | Renewables

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Posted by: Roderick Ellison - MSc BSc (Hons) AIEMA on 25/08/2010

Statutory Consultation on the Renewables Obligation Order 2011 (ROO 2011) & Consultation on changes to Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) Two part consultation, with the first section.

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: Renewables

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