Tag archive: anaerobic digestion

An bias towards Scottish stories this week is entirely accidental Company news…. Goldman Sachs buys stake in Denmark’s Dong Energy Goldman Sachs Group Inc. will buy a $1.46 billion stake in Dong Energy A/S, Denmark’s largest utility, which is shoring up its balance sheet after losing money on failed natural gas bets. The purchase will…

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) last week published its decision on the FIT Review consultation. The Government has decided to proceed with its decision to slash the FIT rates for installations with a declared net capacity of greater than 50kW. There has been some better news for small-scale Anaerobic Digestion (AD),…

21st March 2011 (London). Plans were unveiled today to create a business centre for cleantech companies in London and to help bring their products to market through a global partnership. ecoConnect Geen Zone 21-March-Press-Release,   Greenwise Press Release with Photo, Your Industry News Press Release,   Motor Trade News Press Release ecoConnect Green Business Zone Executive Summary one-pager…

After a very alcoholic PEA Awards, all we really want to do today is read. Perfect timing to get Energy Live New’s weekly update: So much news this week, from energy saving paint to government cash for Anaerobic Digestion to smart Sainsburys saving tonnes and tonnes of carbon. So read all the latest news and…

James La Terriere Environmental Titbits provides our UK Cleantech weekly review: Skykon’s UK wind turbine factory goes bust. The Campbeltown company had been struggling with financial difficulties for several months before sending home its staff and calling in Ernst & Young as administrator this week. It said it was suspending payments to creditors in October, after…

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