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FootprintWire 16.7.12

Today’s green news: Homes with poor energy efficiency are found to consume less energy than predicted

Greenpeace protesters aim to shut off petrol to over 100 Shell stations in London today over company plans to drill for oil in the Arctic, in The Guardian.

Grid operator warns Ofgem’s proposals for a £22bn gas and electricity network upgrade could delay achievement of environmental targets, on BusinessGreen.

UK investment in clean energy has hit a three-year high, aided by a giant wind farm near Skegness, in The Independent.

And finally… Study finds homes with poor energy efficiency consume less energy than predicted, in Building Research & Information.

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