Giving power to the people

Severs, Jon
March 2010
PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);3/26/2010, Special section p10
Trade Publication
The author focuses on the British government's feed-in tariff scheme called "Clean Energy Cashback," which opens on April 1, 2010. The initiative will reward businesses and homeowners who install their own renewable energy sources like wind turbines and solar panels. The author cites the power capacities of wind turbines based on information from the American Wind Energy Association. Several printers including Severnprint and Pureprint Group discuss the challenges they would face in complying with the initiative.


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