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The end of onshore wind subsidies: what now for ‘secure, affordable and low-carbon’ electricity?

  On Thursday, the government announced that it would be ending subsidies for onshore wind under the Renewables Obligation a year earlier than planned, in April 2016. There are also plans to give local communities a veto over new wind

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South Africa’s electricity crisis and the future of supply

During his ‘State of the Nation address’ last week South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma promised to do “everything we can” to resolve the country’s energy challenge, including: to develop a large nuclear fleet; construct yet more coal-fired power plants; import

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A response to Harry Saunders’ “Divestment will not keep carbon in the ground”

This blog post is a response to a recent article on the divestment of shares in fossil fuels by Harry Saunders. Jack and Emily are part of the ‘Fossil Free Sussex’ campaign, which aims to encourage the University to move

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