EU Biofuels & Indirect Land Use Change: "No deal before 2014" [VIDEO]


Peter O’Donnell, European Affairs journalist for viEUws - the EU Policy Broadcaster, is joined by Tom Hanney, Irish Ambassador to the EU, to discuss the Indirect Land Use Change Proposal (ILUC).

Fedex Begins A Solar Power Installation At New Jersey Facility; EU Changes Biofuels Target Limit; Penn West Sells $1.3B In Assets - Energy Minute for October 24, 2012

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FedEx has broken ground for a large solar installation at its Newark, New Jersey facility. The project will cover 3.5 acres, and will supply 15 percent of the facility’s power needs at a lower cost than the energy currently provided from the grid.

Where Is Climate Change in Energy Debate?


By Carol Pierson Holding

Last week’s Presidential debate was supposed to showcase the differences between President Obama and his challenger, Mitt Romney. But between Romney’s radical move to the center and Obama’s lackluster performance, the two seemed to agree more than they disagreed.

Lawmakers Ask for Fuel Cell Tax Breaks; the Fraser Institute Ranks Five Best Places for Oil and Gas investments; EPA Raises Biofuels Targets for 2013 - Energy Minute for September 21, 2012

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Two Connecticut lawmakers are proposing legislation for new tax incentives to boost development of fuel cells. The state is home to two of the largest manufacturers, Fuel Cell Energy and UTC Power in South Windsor. The technology has been used broadly around the state, and is beginning to find more commercial applications nationwide.

Biofuels Slowly Take Flight with the Airline Industry


Airlines won final approval from a U.S.-based technical-standards group to power their planes with a blend made from traditional kerosene and biofuels derived from inedible plants and organic waste.”


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