The Source: Severn barrage criticised; clean coal in China; Kurdistan oil to flow; bioelectricity vs biofuels

On Energy Source today:

Greens get angry about Severn tidal power scheme: a report from the consultancy Atkins criticises shortlisted projects

Moving China towards clean coal: coal production rises; carbon capture and storage plans accelerated

Baghdad agrees: Kurdistan oil will flow: agreement between Iraqi and Kurdistan governments allows commercial exploitation of the region’s oil reserves

Elsewhere:

UK “green” job market swelling amid recession (Reuters)

EU carbon prices seen on track to recover (Reuters)

Bioelectricity from corn may drive cars further than ethanol (Bloomberg)

How much oil have we used? (Oil Drum)

Obama budget sticks to auctioning all CO2 permits (Reuters)

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