Daily Archives: September 1, 2010

FT Energy Source

 The FT’s Lex published a column on Wednesday on wind power in the US:

Much like the wind itself, the business of harnessing its power comes and goes in great gusts. The US is now in one of the painfully quiet periods – wind power installations in the first half of the year were down 71 per cent versus a year ago and 57 per cent from the same period in 2008 with further declines expected next year – but it has become an opportune time to go green for big, dirty utilities.

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Elsewhere this Wednesday:

- A nuclear giant moves into wind

- A greener Champagne bottle

- BP’s post-spill advertising comes at an unknown cost

- Just blowin’ in the wind

- Passions and detachment in journalism

Masa Serdarevic

- Former chief sues Abu Dhabi energy company – FT

- Congo seizes First Quantum Minerals’ assets – FT

- BP sells Malaysian ethylene and polyethylene interest to Petronas – Bloomberg

- PotashCorp calls BHP’s behaviour unethical – FT

- Exelon to buy Deere’s wind power unit – FT

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