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Topic: Eco-business
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Eco-business UK: Best electricity supplier
posted by on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - 03:48 PM

gfoat writes "Good Energy, the UK's only 100% renewable electricity supplier, has been voted best electricity supplier in a customer satisfaction survey conducted by Which?, the independent consumer watchdog, for a second time."

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Eco-business Low Carbon World website
posted by on Saturday, February 27, 2010 - 08:02 PM

gfoat writes "The internet is successfully facilitating a transition from traditional so called "brown" business models to new green growth strategies. www.LowCarbonEconomy.com - was officially launched (Thursday 25th Feb 2010) in Bali, Indonesia at the United Nations Environment Programme's annual Governing Council. The new website, a joint project between Low Carbon Economy.com and the United Nation's Climate Neutral Network (CN NET) aims to facilitate the move to global low carbon economies, a necessary imperative if we are to combat dangerous and escalating climate change. The new website will assist knowledge transfer and simplify access to information and tools that can be difficult to trace. Read the full release."

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Eco-business UK energy firms urged to explore low-carbon sector
posted by on Thursday, November 20, 2008 - 10:10 AM

gfoat writes "Samir Brikho, Chairman of UK Energy Excellence, will today urge UK businesses to explore international opportunities in the low-carbon energy industry, set to be worth $3 trillion per year by 2050. Speaking at London Oil Week on 19 November, Brikho will highlight how UK expertise in renewable technologies such as wind and wave, nuclear power and evolving carbon capture, as well as a strong skills base in the more traditional oil and gas sectors, can be deployed to drive the global development of low-carbon energy sources. "

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Eco-business Global Renewable Energy Centres of Excellence
posted by on Friday, October 17, 2008 - 08:17 AM

gfoat writes "RSA, one of the world’s leading renewable energy insurers, has further enhanced its global renewable energy division by today announcing the launch of its ‘Centres of Excellence’. The centres will be based in the UK, Canada and Denmark. The three ‘Centres of Excellence’ have been established to support 20 renewable energy teams around the world. Acting as global hubs to regional development teams, the centres provide underwriting, claims and risk management support and provide a one-stop insurance solution for clients."

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Eco-business UN forecasts green job boom
posted by on Thursday, September 25, 2008 - 04:05 AM

gfoat writes "The UN says millions of new jobs will be created globally over the next decades by the development of future energy technologies. Over a million people already work in biofuels, but a UN report says that could increase by 12 million by 2030. The report, 'Green Jobs: Towards Decent Work in a Sustainable, Low-Carbon World', was commissioned and funded by the UN's Environment Programme (Unep). The report is the first comprehensive study on the emergence of a “green economy” and its impact on the world of work. It includes new data that shows a changing pattern of employment in which green jobs are being generated in many sectors and economies around the world as a result of measures to tackle climate change and to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. The report raised some concerns for those involved in the manufacture of biofuels. Read more at bbc news."

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Eco-business UK: Our Message for World Environment Day!
posted by on Thursday, June 05, 2008 - 08:50 AM

gfoat writes "The United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon’s World Environment Day message is “Mitigating climate change, eradicating poverty and promoting economic and political stability all demand the same solution: we must kick the carbon habit. This is the theme for World Environment Day 2008. “Kick the Habit: Towards a Low Carbon Economy”"

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Eco-business Google's commitment to a clean energy future
posted by on Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 07:56 AM

gfoat writes "Google recently announced a new strategic initiative to develop electricity from renewable energy sources. The newly created initiative, known as RE<C, will focus initially on solar systems, wind technologies, enhanced geothermal systems and other potential breakthrough future energy technologies. In 2008, Google expects to spend tens of millions on research and development and related investments in renewable energy. As part of its capital planning process, the company also anticipates investing hundreds of millions of dollars in breakthrough renewable energy projects. Google will work with a variety of organizations in the renewable energy field, including companies, R&D laboratories, and universities. "

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Eco-business UK: GREEN ENERGY REVOLUTION SET TO TAKE OFF
posted by on Monday, June 25, 2007 - 11:01 AM

gfoat writes "Britain's smaller businesses taking power into their own hands. Tens of thousands of small businesses across the UK are embracing the sustainability message by either generating their own heat and power, or planning to do so. That's one of the surprising findings of a new report on sustainable businesses practices, published today by Cornwall Pure Business, the county's inward investment service. If these businesses put their plans into action, this could mean a saving of up to half a million tonnes of carbon annually. "

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Eco-business UK: Working Towards a Low Carbon Future
posted by on Thursday, June 21, 2007 - 01:44 PM

gfoat writes "Future Energies dedication to help in the race to lower carbon emissions through its educational on line approach has expanded its interactive horizon. Founder Gordon Foat now Eco Director of Alan Montague Ltd is forging ahead to incorporate the latest technology in the construction of new homes in the picturesque village of Denstone in Staffordshire. With energy saving in mind and lower running costs, each new build incorporates technologies as they come on stream. The latest feature is the installation of new energy efficient light fittings. These are low energy halogen replacement units which reduce consumption from 450 Watts in the average kitchen to just 40 Watts. Other energy saving lighting systems are under observation. High intensity light emitting diode technology could provide a low energy alternative to conventional down lighting. See more info at www.future-energies.co.uk"

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Eco-business UK: New Services From Future Energies
posted by on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 - 10:32 AM

gfoat writes "The innovative site sits on a proven software platform for business and commerce known in the fuel cell market place, which has a reputation for reliability and functionality. Future Energies required a solid user friendly interface in order to provide information about its technologies. The platform brings great possibilities for Future Energies reaching out to most of the world's renewable energy markets and presents a very exciting opportunity. The upgrade comes at a time where the UK draft Climate Change Bill calls for an independent panel to set ministers a "carbon budget" every five years, in a bid to cut emissions by 60% by 2050. The draft legislation will go to public and parliamentary consultation before becoming law next year."

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