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PARLIMENTARY QUESTION COAL GASIFICATION
COAL GASIFICATION
Ofgem: UK cannot trust energy companies to keep the lights on
Regulator says free market approach will leave UK short of energy supplies by 2015
REGULATOR WARNS OF POWER CUTS
The UK could face power shortages in the years ahead according to the energy Regulator Ofgem.
Shell to do deal with Brazilian biofuel producer Cosan to secure future
Royal Dutch Shell, Europe's second biggest energy company, is poised to become the biggest oil major in biofuels as it battles to reassure investors about profitability
China Leading Race to Make Clean Energy
China vaulted past competitors in Denmark, Germany, Spain and the United States last year to become the world’s largest maker of wind turbines, and is poised to expand even further this year.
Euro funding UK CCS
A UK carbon storage project has received a funding boost of €300m from the European Commission 8 July 2014 - The Government have announced that the White Rose project, at Drax, along with another CCS project based in Peterhead, are benefiting from around £100 million from the UK Governme

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Combine For Cleaner Coal
CLEANER COAL COMBINE NUM and Unite the Union have established a Coal Combine which wants all trade unions in the UK coal industry to get involved to help advance the coal industry from underground to surface to electricity to carbon capture and storage. Check out the link for details ht

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Marching in The Rain
30 Years On Strike reunion parade and rally 28 June 2014 Of course it rained but that did not stop people coming together 30 years on from 1984. The plans to destroy the coal industry are now coming out in the open and those plans included the destruction of trade unions and communities but the

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STATE OF COALFIELDS
REPORT COMMISSIONED BY THE COALFIELDS REGENERATION TRUST The state of the coalfields (Mike Foden, Steve Fothergill and Tony Gore) The former coalfields are a distinctive part of England, Scotland and Wales. The report examines a wide range of contemporary social and economic statistics on the coal

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