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FootprintWire 21.9.12

Today’s green news: Undercurrent Architects retrofit a Southwark railway arch

UK government unveils next-stage plans for Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) aimed at boosting ‘green’ heating technologies, on Energy Saving Trust.

Report reveals sharp drop in number of UK homes fitting solar panels following Government feed-in tariffs cut, in The Guardian.

EU - China to collaborate on three pilot carbon-cutting projects, including an emissions trading system, on BusinessGreen.

And finally…Undercurrent Architects develop live/work prototype in reclaimed railway archway in Southwark.


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