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August 2012
  • Phase-out of energy-wasting light bulbs welcomed

    The latest stage this weekend in the phase-out of energy-guzzling incandescent light bulbs has been welcomed by Friends of the Earth. From Saturday 1 September 2012, shops will no longer be allowed to order new stocks of energy intensive incandescen

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  • London Array

    Wind power criticisms blown away by new report

    Wind energy avoided at least 5.5m tonnes of CO2 emissions in the UK last year and is making a meaningful contribution to cutting the country’s greenhouse gas output, according to a new report that counters claims by objectors that wind turbine

  • More reasons to export to Morocco

    Morocco represents a great opportunity for exporters because of its relative economic stability and social reforms, according to global credit management specialists Coface. However payment delays are still long, it says, in a new detailed report on

  • Brazil's $60bn stimulus package

    Dean Newman of Invesco Perpetual provides his views on the Brazilian government's $60bn stimulus package.

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  • South Africa beats BRICs for business expansion ease

    Business expansion faces fewer constraints in South Africa than in the rival high-growth BRIC economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China, according to a new survey. The quarterly Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR), which surveys ove

  • East Coast trains

    East Coast trains shows the Carbon Reduction Commitment can work

    Train operator East Coast has been awarded the Gold Carbon Saver Standard for its success in saving energy under the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Energy Efficiency Scheme.

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