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Energy & infrastructure weekly news roundup

Scotland's wind turbines are becoming increasingly efficient at meeting the nation's power needs

Wind turbines produced double the amount of power required to meet Scotland's electricity needs Monday, according to researchers.

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Energy & infrastructure weekly news roundup

'I'm an energy boss, but even I support price-capping'

With 192 MPs calling for the Tories to deliver on their manifesto pledge, the sector should be focusing on value for customers rather than shareholders.

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Energy & infrastructure weekly news roundup 02/10/17

SCOTTISH POWER SAYS THE UK WILL NEED TO BOOST ENERGY CAPACITY

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Most Britons 'dislike prospect of living near mini nuclear station'

Survey finds 62% would not be happy living near the small modular reactors backed by government and industry.

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Soon-to-be world’s largest windfarm comes to life off Walney

A windfarm off the coast of Cumbria, which will become the world’s largest on completion, has sparked into life and generated electricity for the first time.

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Scottish tidal power station breaks world record for electricity generation

A tidal power station in the Pentland Firth between mainland Scotland and Orkney has broken the world record for electricity generation.

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Vast majority of UK accept climate change is real, finds new poll

Old men in the East Midlands are less likely to accept scientists' evidence than young women in the South-east.

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North-east harbour welcome one of world’s largest cranes

One of the world’s largest cranes is to moor in a north-east harbour as construction work begins on the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC).

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Rise of electric car solves little if driven by fossil fuels, warns windfarm boss

Dong Energy boss says falling price of renewables means they must power the electric car revolution or the environment will gain only a pyrrhic victory

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ESB aims to be cheapest energy seller in Britain as it takes on UK 'Big Six'

ESB billing itself as Britain's cheapest electricity and gas provider as it prepares to take on giants in the multibillion euro market.

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