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Switching to solar could save aid missions half a billion per year

A new report published by Chatham House for the Moving Energy Initiative examines energy spending of humanitarian aid organizations. The authors claim that with modern clean energy systems the sector could save US$517 million per year on fuel costs, as hitherto the majority of refugee camps and other facilities are run on diesel gensets.


Brexit: Chatham House spells out complexities of UK’s energy relationship with EU

Unpicking the energy ties that bind the U.K. and European Union will prove a monumental task, says Chatham House, requiring immediate insight into which relationships can be salvaged and how a new level of integration can be reached.


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