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28 November 2013

Energy firms' profit from customers has risen 77% in a year, says Ofgem (UK)

Author: Jennifer Rankin, Guardian (UK)

The big six energy firms have been exposed to further accusations of profiteering after the industry regulator revealed that profits per customer last year rose by 77%. On the eve of a protest by anti-poverty campaigners against power suppliers, Ofgem...

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28 July 2008

Beware your children: They might be 'Climate Cops'

Author: WorldNetDaily [USA]

A new website campaign designed by a British power company recruits children through games, badges and cartoons to enlist as "Climate Cops," actively keeping records on their parents and neighbors for violations of "energy crimes" against the planet.....

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26 November 2007

[PDF] full report: "Climate change: Everyone's business"

Author: CBI Climate Change Task Force

[Task force members: BT, Barclays, McKinsey, BP, Ineos ChlorVinyls, Ford, RWE npower, London Stock Exchange, Sun Microsystems, Tesco, Aviva, Taylor Wimpey, Rolls-Royce, Bio Group, Shell, Corus, British Airways, Siemens UK]

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22 November 2007

Carbon Disclosure Project finds climate change not a priority for most Indian firms

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28 September 2007

Power companies 'fail on climate'

Author: Press Association

The major UK power companies are still failing to meet the challenge of climate change, wildlife charity WWF has claimed… British Gas owner Centrica [came] top of the league for tackling carbon emissions and promoting energy efficiency. Scottish Power...

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28 September 2007

Report by WWF ranks major UK power companies on climate change - Centrica, Scottish Power top the list

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28 September 2007

[PDF] full report: "UK Power Giants: Generating Climate Change 2007"

Author: Innovest, for WWF

This is the third annual UK Power Giants: Generating Climate Change ranking report, and is a ranking assessment of the ‘big six’ UK electricity generators: Centrica; EDF Energy; E.ON UK; RWE npower; Scottish Power; and Scottish and Southern Energy ...

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28 September 2007

[PDF] full report: "UK Power Giants: Talking Climate Change"

Author: WWF-UK

In early 2007, WWF-UK commissioned Innovest Strategic Value Advisors to benchmark the performance of the UK’s big six power companies with regards to carbon emissions reduction and risk management… WWF-UK has carried out a parallel assessment of the...

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23 August 2006

RWE Considers Converting a U.K. Power Plant to Burn Palm Oil

Author: Thom Rose, Bloomberg

A British subsidiary of...RWE AG may convert an oil-fired power plant in...England to burn palm oil after it evaluates the costs and technical issues. The company has conducted trials...Leon Flexman, a spokeswoman for RWE's Npower unit, said...RWE...

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20 July 2006

Global suppliers feel ethical pressure

Author: Richard Tyler, Telegraph [UK]

Europe's largest oil and gas companies are planning to quiz their suppliers to establish for the first time a global database on supplier corporate social responsibility policies. The survey, understood to be initially piloted by BP, Shell, Statoil...

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