Renewables and gas firms unite to build low carbon future

Jessica Shankleman
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New Energy Partnership will be launched today by GE, Dong Energy, Shell, Alpine Energie, and First Solar

A group of energy giants will today launch a new alliance aiming to change the public perception that gas and renewable energy developers are inherently operating in opposition as Europe seeks to advance...

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