2007


Dale and Turbine

My Hopes for 2008

 2007 was the year the world woke up to the reality of climate change. What lies ahead for 2008?


22 December 2007


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Rows of offshore wind turbines

Giant offshore wind farms to supply half of UK power?

A third of our electricity from wind by 2020 is a fantastically ambitious target. In theory we support it absolutely. But it's misguided if the focus on offshore is to the detriment of onshore.


10 December 2007


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Solar panels on the roof of a house

"Power to the people"?

Conservative's micro generation manifesto "a dangerous distraction from the big task at hand".


06 December 2007


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B&Q Logo

B&Q sign up to Ecotricity - Planning permission granted

When B&Q got serious about wind power they didn’t go for DIY! - December 4th 2007.


04 December 2007


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Queen Elizabeth Hospital - King's Lynn NHS Trust

Ecotricity energise the public sector

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn, is the first public sector organisation to sign up to Merchant Wind Power.


26 November 2007


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Avonmouth Docks Wind Farm

Avonmouth Docks Wind Park the best in the West!

One of our Wind Parks picked up a gong last night...


14 November 2007


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Popeye clunks Bluto dressed as climate change

Take a yug gug gug of New Green Energy

Popeye's dusting off his cap and grabbing his kit bag to join Ecotricity in their fight against a foe more dangerous than Bluto ever was: Climate Change!


07 November 2007


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The bristol port turbine

Avonmouth Docks Wind Park officially opened

Jim Fitzparick, MP for Shipping, did the honours at a soiree thrown by the Bristol Port Company to celebrate the new additions to the docks.


04 October 2007


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Ecotricity energising the tribe from 1 August 2007

Ecotricity help Fijian island community leapfrog the industrial revolution

Ecotricity have joined forces with sustainable tourism project Tribewanted.


03 August 2007


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The Ecotricity Green Union Jack Flag

Dale Vince welcomes Gordon Brown to office with a characteristically cheeky ad in the Guardian

"It's really unlikely that this or any Government will meet the targets they've set for the reduction of carbon emissions. Even though the targets are too low to prevent the worst effects of Climate Change." Dale Vince


27 June 2007


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Al Gore presents the Ashden Award to Dale Vince.

Al Gore presents Dale Vince with world's leading green energy prize

Ecotricity was awarded the Energy Business award from the Ashden Foundation at a glittering ceremony in London.


22 June 2007


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Dale Vince profile

Dale Vince, founder of Ecotricity, voted most inspirational business leader by the New Statesman.

Dale Vince, founder of green electricity provider Ecotricity, has today been named most inspiring business leader in an online poll.


10 May 2007


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Lotus Plant

Lotus go British racing green!

Being 'green' isn’t only about reducing car emissions, it’s also about minimizing corporate CO2 emissions. And that’s exactly what Lotus intends to do. We have joined forces with them in our latest exciting Merchant Wind Power deal.


12 April 2007


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One of our turbines being built

2006 Whichgreen figures released

Ecotricity top the table for a third year in succession!


29 March 2007


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Ben & Jerry's

Ecotricity and Ben & Jerry's join forces to stop the world's ice melting

Ben & Jerry's are keeping more than its Caramel Chew Chew cold this spring. The ice cream company has joined forces with Ecotricity, the UK's leading green electricity company, to help stop the world's ice from melting!


12 March 2007


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Lynch Knoll wind turbine

Ten Years Of Ecotricity Turbines

'Ten years of Ecotricity Turbines'. Ecotricty's first turbine, at Lynch Knoll Gloucestershire, celebrates it's tenth birthday this December. Ecotricity founder Dale Vince reflects on the last ten years.


15 February 2007


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