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July 2009
Utility Week;7/17/2009, p5
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Thearticle reports on the launch of an onshore windfarm in southern England by British State Secretary for Energy and Climate Change Ed Miliband in July 2009. Such move was made before the government revealed its plans for reduced-carbon economy and for ways to meet renewable energy target set by the European Union (EU). The secretary stressed the importance of wind energy expansion to the low level of carbon energy in the region.


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