The event held between 14 and 17 of March focused on the whether wind could be a realistic replacement for nuclear power.

This video gives an overview of EWEA 2011;

The event kicked off with leading Green MEP, Claude Turmes, launched a scathing attack on the commissioner for climate action, Connie Hedegaard, over the latest Commission plans for reducing carbon emissions and conserving energy.

Mr Turmes, who wrote the 2009 European Parliament report on energy policy, claims that the Commission’s new “Road Map” to 2050 omits wind energy because too many decision makers are listening to the nuclear and coal lobbies.

Part one of two;

Part two of two;

Climate action commissioner, Connie Hedegaard, hits back supporting renewables and saying there must be a re-assessment of nuclear;

US expert says Japan tragedy shines a spot light on renewables;

Luke Walsh

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