Evidence has emerged of the ‘chilling effect’ that Hinkley C will have on the development of the renewables industry, say green campaigners. This follows revelations that Western Power has notified its business customers that installing additional grid capacity will be delayed by 3 to 6 years. In the circular, the company states: ‘We have now reached … Read moreGrid restrictions prove chilling effect of Hinkley C on renewables industry, say Greens
Molly Scott Cato MEP has called for Studland Bay in the Isle of Purbeck to be turned into a Marine Conservation Zone.
Molly has written to the Commission requesting they continue to grant an excise duty exemption for small scale producers of cider and perry.
Greens welcome withdrawl of a proposal on seeds and seed marketing, saying it would have further concentrated the power of multinationals.
On the fourth anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Green MEPs have written to the Commission insisting the decision on funding for the Hinkley C nuclear power station is reopened.
Molly demands that only those with skills and expertise in mental health issues make mental health assessments.
Green pressure has helped secure new EU rules on credit and debit card interchange fees.
Greens in Europe announce they are to refer back the decision on the funding for Hinkley C to the EU Commission.
A special conference hosted by Green MEPs will this week dismantle the case for Hinkley C nuclear power station and bring an end to the argument that nuclear is ever part of a sustainable energy future.
Molly has pushed for a series of Green amendments to TTIP, as the European Parliament considers its position on the controversial trade deal.