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Nottingham Post
Green is growth
Gas from rotting waste: just one reason the world looks to Notts for an energy lead
Collective benefit of power windfall
Nottingham Post comment: Wider benefits of renewable energy
The eco-homes which pioneered sustainable design both locally and nationally
Notts could be at centre of a 'clean coal' breakthrough
Deal opens up US market to city's green-tech firms
500 new jobs and green energy for the city or just renewable hot air?
It's an eco-revolution as city's skyline goes green
Notts green energy firms making hay while sun shines
Eco-projects in the Meadows bid for £600,000 funding
Solar panel scheme is a 'win-win' for city tenants
Farm plans to start manufacturing wood fuel for heating
£635,000 energy plan for homes
Wind Turbine in Gunthorpe splits opinion
Solar panels slash family's electricity bills
MP calls on city to bid for Green Investment Bank project
College eco-homes project eyes city development for residents
University 'can be proud' of buildings, says Sir Michael
Residents hear about university's wind turbines plan
Business Insider
Baggaley and Act on Carbon sign joint venture deal
 
Alstom buys into wave energy
 
Wastecycle sweeps up joint venture
 
Walkers unveils wind power plans
Toyota reveals Burnaston eco-site plans
 
Alkane snaps up Seven Star Natural Gas
Banks launch £50m eco fund
 
Newark Advertiser
College to use wind power
Turbines plan to help turn town green
Sun rises on solar farm
Retford People
Opposing views on wind farm shown
 
 
 
 
 

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