june 2019 - https://reneweconomy.com.au/ The number of workers employed by the renewable energy industry keeps growing. In 2018, at least 11 million people around the world held jobs across the renewables sector, from manufacturing and trading to installation. According to the sixth annual jobs report by the International Renewable Energy Agency, the majority of these jobs are concentrated … Continue reading Jobs created in Renewables – AU.
France to double pace of offshore wind projects as costs fall: PM Bate Felix - Reuters 3 MIN READ PARIS (Reuters) - France will double its target for developing offshore wind generation to 1 gigawatt (GW) per year from around 500 megawatts previously as costs are falling, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Wednesday. France … Continue reading France increasing offshore power
Sizewell B objections: Thank you to everyone who submitted objections to EDF's planning application to East Suffolk Council for permission to relocate and "upgrade" various Sizewell B facilities. Strong opposition was expressed by many, including Theberton & Eastbridge Parish Council, Leiston Town Council and Suffolk Preservation Society. East Suffolk Council will make a decision in September, … Continue reading from TEAGS – news
May 30, 2019 Barbara Moran https://www.wbur.org/earthwhile/2019/05/30/plymouth-nuclear-plant-decommissioning Decommissioning the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant - watch, listen to the problems they face in getting rid of the Containers of Nuclear Waste left behind. A problem we face in the future. A high value business for the future, but can the company succeed in doing the job properly?
May 16th, 2019 by Joshua S Hill The UK Solar Trade Association announced twice this week that the country’s solar fleet broke the peak generation record set originally two years ago, highlighting the need for solar to be allowed to participate on a level playing field in the country’s energy mix. According to the Solar Trade Association … Continue reading UK Solar Output Hits Record Peak Of 9.55 Gigawatts
Nuclear News June 2019 - http://www.no2nuclearpower.org.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/NuClearNewsNo117.pdf 1. Committee on Climate Change sinks Nuclear 2. Electricity Demand and decarbonisation of Heat and Transport 3. Labour’s Solar & Grid Plans 4. Wylfa Suspended 5. Storage Revolution 6. Energy Efficiency 7. Flamanville from No2nuclear
May 27th, 2019, by Paul Brown - Climate News Network With its new reactors needing modifications and its older ones awaiting costly updates, France’s nuclear industry is in trouble. LONDON, 27 May, 2019 − EDF, France’s nuclear industry leader and the last European company trying to build large reactors, has had further setbacks to its … Continue reading France’s nuclear industry struggles on