Three recent news stories which illustrate the continuing pressures and opportunities in the clean energy transition: 



IKEA to sell solar panels from all UK stores

IKEA has started selling residential solar panels at its stores in Britain, the first step in its plan to bring renewable energy to the mainstream market worldwide.
Reuters, Monday 30 September
Also reported in The Times (Business).
http://reut.rs/1fUvK1k

Shell CEO warns of energy crunch
Royal Dutch Shell Chief Executive Peter Voser will today call on the global energy industry to continue investing heavily in costly new production projects to avoid a return to record high oil prices weighing on global growth.
Emily Gosden and Andrew Crtichlow
The Daily Telegraph (Business), Tuesday 01 October
http://fw.to/WxjfGGC

Shell looks to offload US shale assets
Royal Dutch Shell is to sell its position in the Eagle Ford shale field in Texas, two months after announcing a big writedown on the value of its US shale assets.
Guy Chazan
Financial Times, Tuesday 01 October (£ subscription required)
http://on.ft.com/1dRM551


courtesy of the wonderful news update published by the UK Energy Research Centre.
 


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14/10/2013 1:06pm

Solar energy is environmentally friendly way of generating electricity

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