ENDS Report , 9 June 2010


From the Carbon & Energy Efficiency Blog

Britain risks going back to the future on energy capacity
The need for greater energy efficiency is being lost amid the debate on building new capacity to avoid an energy crunch - it's the 1970s all over again.

Further reading: carbon market monitoring and Deepwater
Traders call for Europe-wide carbon market authority, risk management lessons from Deepwater Horizon and more...

Lessons from Deepwater Horizon
The catastrophe is harming all around it. One casualty could be American legislation limiting carbon emissions, without which a global climate agreement becomes much less likely.


  • CRC registration slow to take off

    Just 13% of organisations expected to be caught by a government scheme to improve energy efficiency have registered with 120 days left before the deadline.

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2010 Low Carbon Champions Awards

The LowCVP is seeking nominations for the 2010 Low Carbon Champions Awards which will recognise companies, organisations and individuals who have contributed most in the drive to low carbon transport in the UK. The awards will be presented at a prestigious event to be held at Twickenham Stadium on Wednesday July 14, alongside the LowCVP’s Annual Conference.