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Monday 23 October 2017
23 October 2017 - NEWS UPDATE
Business

UK renewable generation provides a big investor opportunity

Onshore and offshore wind generation in the UK are two of the strongest contenders for attracting funds from businesses and investors, according to the newest edition of PA Consulting Group's Energy Investment Map, which launched this week.

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Ofgem to get tough powers to deal with energy market abuse

Ofgem is to get tough new powers this month to crack down on oil and gas market abuse.

Business

Regen SW's Renewable Market Place event

The South West's biggest energy event covering renewables, efficiency measures and generation is being held in Exeter next week.

Business

Marine Data Exchange to boost “Blue economy”

A new internet portal, which will allow the public to freely access a wealth of data about the UK's territorial waters and beyond, has been launched today in a bid to boost the "blue economy".

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Marine Innovation Centre launched by Plymouth University

A new Marine Innovation Centre is to be launched in Plymouth connecting industry expertise, academic research and facilities to drive business growth and jobs in the South West's marine and maritime and renewable energy sectors.

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Plymouth University's state-of-the-art Marine Building

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Plymouth focus on marine science & energy

Plymouth has been shortlisted for a City Deals programme which will focus on marine science and technology and marine renewable energy.

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Plymouth: focus on the marine and maritime sectors. Photograph: LLoyd Russell, Plymouth University

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Shale oil could revolutionise energy markets - PwC report

Shale oil production could spread globally over the next decades revolutionising energy markets and undermining the dominance of current oil producing nations, according to a PwC report. It could boost the UK GDP by £50 billion by 2035.

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Mid Devon Council saves one third of energy costs

Mid Devon District Council will save one third of its total energy bill annually after signing a deal with Anesco Energy Services (South) Ltd. The authority has installed a range of energy efficiency measures at no up-front cost.