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FootprintWire 10.10.12

Today’s green news: Architype’s Peckham charity headquarters scheme looks unlikely to go ahead

£5billion Irish wind farm to generate electricity for UK’s national grid, in The Guardian.

Task force set up to advise government on incentives for driving Green Deal uptake, here.

Schools receive help to gain funding for solar by environmental group, 10:10, on Business Green.

And finally… Architype designed Passivhaus office put on hold as client goes into administration, on AJ.

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