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Denmark Wants to Become Alternative Energy Powerhouse

April 9, 2012

This is definitely music to our ears. Denmark has announced it wants to be 100 per cent powered with alternative energy by 2050. Related Posts:Alliance Launches 100% Renewable Energy GoalThe Benefits of Renewable EnergyEU Faces Court Case Over BiofuelsDenmark Makes Headway on Second Generation BiofuelSecond Generation Biofuel at Danish Gas Pumps

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European Energy Companies Form Alternative Energy Alliance

February 29, 2012

European energy companies have come together to call for 2030 targets in emissions reductions, alternative energy and energy efficiency. Related Posts:Big Solar Power Plans for TunisiaProtest in London Against UK Biofuel SubsidiesGreece Looks To Solar Power To Boost EconomyBiofuel Indirect Land Use on European Commission Agenda in 2011Recession has driven reduction in greenhouse emissions

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Alternative Energy Network in North Africa and Middle East To Kick Off in Morocco

November 4, 2011

Morocco has been chosen as the first location for a German-led, €400bn (US$550.9bn) project to build a vast network of solar and windfarms across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to provide 15% of Europe’s electricity supply by 2050. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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The Benefits of Renewable Energy

July 28, 2011

Germany has been a leading light in sustainability for many years. More recently, the country once again showed its leadership in the sector by ditching nuclear power and veering towards alternative energy, unmistakably and inexorably. Related Posts:Alliance Launches 100% Renewable Energy GoalDenmark Wants to Become Alternative Energy PowerhouseGerman Village Embraces Alternative Energy and Becomes Global […]

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Europe Reassesses Biodiesel Policies

July 9, 2011

A new study by the European Union says any benefits of biodiesel production are cancelled out by the indirect impact caused by its production. As a consequence, the EU is likely to seriously revise its policy for biodiesel fuel. Related Posts:Lufthansa Enters Algae Biofuel Production DealBiofuel Industry Converges in Rotterdam, HollandAlgae Oil Company ‘One To […]

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