London’s Mayor Seeks to Boost Renewables

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2002-02-28 [] The Mayor of London Ken Livingstone is planning to boost the capital’s use of Renewable Energy to battle climate change. He will detail his plan in a draft Energy Strategy to be published soon. London uses more power than several countries in the European Union, yet a study suggests it could only meet up to 2 percent of its energy sources from renewables by 2010. The national target is to generate 10 percent by then.
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