Posts Tagged ‘Late’

Paradise Papers: Late Caparo scion took Mauritius route to harness India wind energy

Appleby records show that the words Caparo Energy in the names of three BVI companies were replaced with Bindu Urja. Before he fell to his death from a London penthouse on November 8, 2015, Angad Paul, son of UK-based business magnate Lord Swaraj Paul, had taken the Mauritius route to invest in India, primarily in […]

Round of strong storms likely late in the day Sunday

A strong cold front moving into the Tennessee Valley Sunday will bring the risk of widespread heavy rain and strong storms. Between now and Sunday, a very strong area of low pressure will develop over the Southern Plains. View full post on Wind Power News

It’s not too late for Malcolm Turnbull to wind up Tony Abbott’s war on wind farms

The Turnbull government appears ready to end Tony Abbott’s war on wind. This is welcome news, but it needs to act fast. View full post on Wind Power News

Renewable energy target: Senate sits late to pass bill without amendment

Chamber of commerce says deal surmounts ‘major hurdle’ as Greens and environmentalists attack Coalition pledge to create a windfarm commissioner Legislation to reduce the renewable energy target from 41,000 gigawatt hours to 33,000gWh has passed both houses of parliament. The Senate sat late on Tuesday to pass the bill. Labor and the Coalition struck a […]

A Day Late, Dollar Short: Obama and China Agree on Languid Climate Goals

‘This agreement isn’t a commitment to reduce carbon emissions on a timescale appropriate to the magnitude of the crisis. It mostly kicks the ball down the road.’ View full post on Wind Power News