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1 August 2014 - NEWS UPDATE
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New green innovation fund targets farmers

A new fund has launched for agricultural innovation that aims to put money in the hands of businesses with green fingers.

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How Manchester could create the blueprint for renewable energy generation

The author of an independent research paper released this week suggests that Greater Manchester has a key role to play in developing a decentralised low carbon and renewable energy generation.

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Ofgem announces £17 billion for electricity network and cuts consumer bills

Ofgem has this week set out its proposed price control settlements for five of the six companies that run Britain’s local electricity network, which transports energy into homes and businesses.

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Firm reports surge in consumer interest for domestic RHI

A leading manufacturer of renewable technologies has seen a “surge in enquiries” since the launch of the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme almost four months ago.

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Tax break award makes community renewable energy offer more appealing

The Four Winds Energy Co-op share offer is even more appealing after tax officials awarded the programme with EIS tax relief of 30%.

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Triodos Renewables breaks ground on Cambridgeshire wind farm

Triodos Renewables has broken ground on its latest Cambridgeshire wind farm projects with full mobilisation of the construction phase.

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Plans for massive Celtic Array offshore wind farm are axed

Energy giants Centrica and DONG have jointly decided to cease development of wind farms in the Irish Sea Zone through their 50/50 joint venture vehicle Celtic Array Limited.

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IPPR report urges cities to play a key role in Britain's green energy drive

Cities and local authorities can provide an alternative to the big six and create a cleaner, smarter, more competitive and affordable energy system, according to a new report from the think tank IPPR.