Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Consequences of Brexit

Originally posted on daryanblog:
I was away on holiday during the vote, I mean I go away for 3 weeks and you lot exit the EU, WTF! Oddly enough I was outside the EU in Norway, basking in land of…

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Trump’s Energy plan

Trump recently released his energy plan. As you can imagine it was slim on details but included the expected, bashing renewables, wanting to renegotiate the Paris deal and lifting numerous environmental restrictions on fossil fuel production, nuke the Whales, burn … Continue reading

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REN 2016 Report: How renewables are going mainstream

The latest Renewable energy global status report is out, which reveals that 147 GW’s of new renewable generating capacity was added last year. I haven’t had a chance to crunch the numbers, but that’s probably a enough capacity to generate a good … Continue reading

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