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    Re: Good news

    Quote Originally Posted by essexeddie View Post
    Happy new year everybody. This looks like it will be interesting.
    Happy new year from a sunny warm mainland spain

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    Re: Good news

    Quote Originally Posted by tfs1 View Post
    Happy new year from a sunny warm mainland spain
    Happy New Year from Warwickshire which is wet and dismal


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    Re: Good news

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    Good News...Maybe!

    My Grandson passed his driving test..now he can take Carol shopping.
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    Re: Good news

    Quote Originally Posted by Ecky Thump View Post
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    Good News...Maybe!

    My Grandson passed his driving test..now he can take Carol shopping.
    It would only be good news Ecky if Carol was using your grandsons credit card too

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaD View Post
    It would only be good news Ecky if Carol was using your grandsons credit card too

    He only has a debit card, and you can guess who tops that up!
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    Re: Good news

    Good News From WWF


    Power generated in Scotland has a significantly smaller impact on climate change when compared with the UK average, a conservation body claims.
    WWF Scotland said its analysis showed that in 2014, the climate change impact of generating a unit of electricity in Scotland was 196g of CO2 per kWH.
    This compared with 400g of CO2 per kWH in the rest of the UK, it said.
    The organisation analysed the most recent Scottish government figures on energy production.
    According to WWF Scotland, the data also showed the climate change impact of electricity production in Scotland dropped by 38% between 2010 and 2014, while the UK saw a reduction of 12% over the same period.
    The conservation body's climate and energy policy officer Fabrice Leveque said: "Thanks to the Scottish government's leadership on renewables policy, the climate change impact of producing electricity in Scotland has fallen rapidly and is now half that of the whole of the UK.
    "The transformation in the way we produce our power is helping Scotland harness the many economic and social benefits of shifting to a zero-carbon future."
    But Mr Leveque added that electricity accounted for just one quarter of our energy use and said the Scottish government "must build on progress" to meet future climate targets.
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    Re: Good news

    Some more Good News, but maybe with a sting in its tail.



    Cheaper Fuel Likely – But at Environmental Cost
    News entry dated 18th Jan 2017


    With so much happening so fast in the world of politics, it’s sometimes difficult to look at everything in totality and assess what kind of impact events will have on the price of fuel in the UK.

    That said, a few things are stacking up this week that suggest that cheaper fuel could be around the corner – so long as we remember that we’re making these predictions from a punditry perspective and that things change quickly these days.

    The first big factor is that the Pound has finally recovered somewhat against the Dollar – now standing at $1.23 at the time of writing. This happened in the wake of Theresa May’s speech earlier in the week when she drew a line firmly in the sand and set out what we should expect from Brexit.

    While it’s important to point out that Sterling has by no means recovered compared to where it was before the referendum, there has been a marked improvement. With oil traded in Dollars, we could expect to see a small reduction in UK costs, assuming Sterling remains where it is or strengthens further.

    Oil pollution

    Oil Prices and the “Trump Effect”

    In isolation, we’d probably have been inclined to say that this small jump in the value of Sterling wouldn’t be enough to have much of an effect on pump prices. However, petrol prices are about far more than currency variations.

    A huge factor is the price of oil on the global marketplace. This has remained fairly static recently since many oil producing nations agreed to freeze production from the start of the year. We’ve not seen as big price increases some predicted.

    Heavily linked to this is the fact that on Friday, Donald Trump will become President of the United States. Trump has made no secret of his fondness for fossil fuels, so there’s a strong possibility he will quickly announce policies that will amount to a “fracking free for all” and a big increase in US shale oil production.

    It’s possible that a mere indication of this policy will be enough to immediately raise speculation of a new oil glut and push prices downwards.

    The Environment

    The scenario laid out above is well within the realms of possibility, and if it marries up with stronger Sterling, genuinely could mean cheaper fuel in the UK. However, environmentalists will no doubt feel dismayed at the big picture, and the trade-offs that will be made. Cheaper fuel in the short term could have long-term effects that will be a cause of distress to many.

    From Petrol.com
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