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Tag Archives: Feed-in tariffs
How to use Million Dollar Homepage to involve five million people in renewable energy
How do you engage huge numbers of people in clean energy? How do you overcome the negative press that renewables are up against? And how do create an energy-based project that’s genuinely particpatory and has broader social benefits? Those are … Continue reading
Solar panel price collapse
Just had the odd experience of sitting in a café in Paris (first foreign holiday for ages) and the guy next to me opening up the Guardian on my story, filed a few days before, on the collapse of solar … Continue reading
How long will the feed-in tariff money last?
I posted some analysis on this question on the Guardian site yesterday. Someone in the comments asked if the numbers really added up on Ray Noble’s claim that the FITs budget could get used up entirely within a year or … Continue reading
Interview with Greg Barker on solar
Just posted this Guardian story on the review of solar feed-in tariffs, for which I did a fairly extensive interview with energy minister Greg Barker. Space was short for the Guardian story, so in case anyone is interested here are … Continue reading