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October 23 Energy News



¶ Major cuts to a scheme supporting small-scale renewable energy are the latest blow to UK farmers already hit by low prices. The warning comes ahead of the end of a consultation on changes to the feed-in tariff scheme, which could see funding for solar cut by 87% and wind down 58%, or the end of support altogether. [The Galloway Gazette]

Wind turbine on the farm near to Dirleton Castle Wind turbine on a farm near to Dirleton Castle

¶ IEA estimates that in order to implement the climate investment pledges made to the UN by world leaders, the global energy industry must invest $13.5 trillion through 2030 in efficiency measures and low-carbon technologies. IEA’s analysis includes deployment of nuclear, wind, and solar power plus carbon capture and storage. [CleanTechnica]

¶ By population, Ontario would be the 5th largest state if it were in the US, but its installed solar capacity, 1,500 MW would rank…

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