EU cities launch climate-change battle plan - News 01 Feb 2008
Eastern Ontario Company Making Green Energy Affordable
Green energy company and bank joint hands in partnership. Investing in renewable energy systems has become easier and more affordable for residents of eastern Ontario, Canada. Citizen’s Bank of Canada is now providing an affordable Enviro-Financing program to help consumers overcome the initial high cost and long repayment times for purchasing green solutions from Ault Energy, such as solar hot water, solar thermal, solar and wind energy. With much gratefulness, Ault Energy and Citizen’s Bank of Canada, we thank you for helping to provide clean energy systems. May your partnership bring fruitful returns to restore our planet to its original life-sustaining state.
New biofuel used for the first time
New bio-fuel from grass powers Ireland’s national grid for first time. JHM Crops supplied biomass made from perennial grass miscanthus to the Bordna Mona power station, where it was burned with peat to provide sustainable energy. CEO of JHM Crops Joe Hogan stated, “It shows the role miscanthus can play in achieving our reduction targets nationally.” Bravo JHM Crops, on your achievement with this new bio-fuel! May your earth-saving innovations be met with the greatest of success!
Ireland to increase energy tax incentives
Ireland introduces tax incentives to promote energy conservation in businesses. The Finance Ministry is providing new opportunities to help Ireland meet her goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The new Finance Bill, introduced yesterday, allows businesses to deduct investments in energy saving cars, plants, machinery and equipment. Ireland, we salute and thank you for your efforts to ease the global climate change! Blessed be your dedication to a greener, more sustainable world for all Earth’s inhabitants.
Oil-rich Alberta launches climate plan
Canadian province lays out details of climate plans. Alberta, Canada produces 70% of the nation’s oil and has recently unveiled plans to reduce her emissions by 50%. The initiative will focus on carbon capture and storage, energy efficiency and conservation, and the environmentally friendly production of energy. God bless Alberta and thank you for your endeavors to keep our planet clean and sustainable. May the world unite in progressive actions as these to save our Earth.
50,000 trees planted in federal wildlife refuge in Liberty
US Fish and Wildlife Service and corporations and nonprofit groups partner up to reforest wildlife refuge. Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, in Liberty, Texas, USA, received a US$250,000 donation from corporations and nonprofit organizations to plant 50,000 trees. Donations were made by Dell Inc, Travelocity, NBC Universal, and The Conservation Fund. Many thanks to all involved in your shared commitment to preserving wildlife and precious ecosystems. May our Earth’s flora and fauna continue to thrive in God’s loving care.
EU cities launch climate-change battle plan
European cities pledge to attain climate change goals. Nearly 100 European cities have signed up to participate in a European Union campaign to develop innovative ways for addressing climate change. European Union Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs said, “Cities are becoming the places to deliver new ideas and innovative projects against global warming http://suprememastertv.com. Cities must therefore become leading actors for implementing sustainable energy policies.” Our thankfulness, all European cities, for your quick and inspirational steps forward to sustain our loving planet. God smiles upon your efforts!