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FootprintWire 22.5.12

Today’s green news: Epiphany creates interactive UK Energy Consumption Guide

Edward Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, releases draft of the Energy Bill.

Office for Nuclear Regulation work with French-owned EDF to extend the life of its eight nuclear power stations in the UK, in The Guardian.

Government’s draft energy bill due later today, designed to encourage major investment in clean energy generation, including nuclear and renewable energy, on BBC.

Summer set to bring temperature of 27C, on par with record-breaking 2003 and 2006 scorchers, in The Telegraph.

And finally… Epiphany creates interactive U.K. Energy Consumption Guide to show how different types of fuel have been used historically.

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