2014, the year ... green energy records tumbled

Will Nichols
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Falling costs and rising deployment saw renewables hit new heights in 2014, giving incumbent utilities some food for thought

The drastic plunge in oil prices to $60 a barrel snatched the headlines in 2014 - and has every likelihood of doing so again if the rock-bottom prices continue over the next 12 months. But the oil industry's...

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