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  • OSEA: Guardian - Windfarm opponents must decide whether they want electricity or not
    Webinars Resources Resource Library Community Power Community Power Publications Energy Policy Economics Guidebooks and Tools Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News Guardian Windfarm opponents must decide whether they want electricity or not Objections to wind turbines speciously citing democratic reasons have a historical precedent and they were wrong

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  • OSEA: Northern Ontario Business - Cambrian to start Sustainable Energy Centre in 2010
    Community Power Publications Energy Policy Economics Guidebooks and Tools Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News Northern Ontario Business Cambrian to start Sustainable Energy Centre in 2010 After years of discussion planning and false starts Sudbury s Cambrian College is finally looking to make its 6 million Xstrata Nickel

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  • OSEA: Globe And Mail - Time to dig deep to make tall towers green
    Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News Globe And Mail Time to dig deep to make tall towers green Buildings consume enormous amounts of energy even more than cars accounting for about half the world s carbon emissions That includes the manufacture of their composite parts think of the heat required to produce concrete and steel as well as the

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  • OSEA: The Ecologist - The next Industrial Revolution will be people-powered
    Resource Library Community Power Community Power Publications Energy Policy Economics Guidebooks and Tools Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News The Ecologist The next Industrial Revolution will be people powered Switching to decentralised renewable energy doesn t just mean a new source of power it means a revolution that

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  • OSEA: Green power pioneers finally get FIT
    Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News Green power pioneers finally get FIT After persistent lobbying by OSEA those early pioneers of renewable energy who signed contracts under the now defunct Renewable Standard Offer Program will be eligible for the new feed in tariff program with its higher rates OSEA has long argued that those who answered the government s early call to

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  • OSEA: The Ecologist - Carbon markets not working, says Deutsche Bank
    Bank Carbon markets are not working and UK and US government policy is not encouraging investment in renewable energy says a leading bank A report from Deutsche Bank s Asset Management division DeAM says that the carbon market is not likely to contribute to significantly cutting emissions for the foreseeable future It says that governments should focus on introducing stronger incentives like feed in tariffs if they want to meet

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  • OSEA: UK Renewable Heat Incentive
    Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates Related News News Updates Related News UK Renewable Heat Incentive http www decc gov uk en content cms what we do uk supply energy mix renewable policy renewable hea Last Updated Monday November 02 2009 at 10 07 24 AM Related Links Reneable Heat Incentive RHI http www decc gov uk en content cms what we do uk supply energy

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  • OSEA: New York Times - Report Argues for a Decentralized System of Renewable Power Generation
    that advocates for local sustainability solutions The report called Energy Self Reliant States examined the commercial potential for wind rooftop solar geothermal and small scale hydro projects Thirty one states mostly west of the Mississippi could meet all their electric demand and all states could generate at least 25 percent of their demand using these in state resources the authors of the report suggest Of the 36 states with current renewable energy goals or mandates all could meet these goals by relying on in state renewable fuels the report found http greeninc blogs nytimes com 2009 10 30 report argues for a de centralized system of renewable Last Updated Saturday October 31 2009 at 10 00 14 PM Related Links New Rules Project Energy Self Reliant States Second and Expanded Edition http www newrules org energy publications energy selfreliant states second and expanded edition This updated edition of Energy Self Reliant States narrows the focus to electricity but includes virtually all renewable resources on shore and off shore wind micro hydro combined heat and power geothermal rooftop PV We also discuss the potential gains from improving energy efficiency and estimate the per kWh costs for each state to become energy independent The data in this report suggest that every state could generate a significant percentage of its electricity with homegrown renewable energy At least three fifths of the fifty states could meet all their internal electricity needs from renewable energy generated inside their borders Every state with a renewable energy mandate can meet it with in state renewable fuels And as the report discusses even these estimates may be conservative Related Downloadable Files Energy Self Reliant States 2nd Edition 5 948 044 bytes This updated edition of Energy Self Reliant States narrows the focus to electricity but includes virtually all

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