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Over 100 employees from RWE npower’s offices in Swindon donned shorts, tee-shirts and running shoes and completed an amazing 1,080 kilometres within three hours, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, in the company’s first-ever Swindon 10k fund-raising run. ">

Over 100 employees from RWE npower’s offices in Swindon donned shorts, tee-shirts and running shoes and completed an amazing 1,080 kilometres within three hours, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, in the company’s first-ever Swindon 10k fund-raising run.

npower will be supporting the inaugural MacRide Elgar, named after one of Worcestershire’s celebrated sons, who was an enthusiastic cyclist, himself. There are routes from fun, family ten milers through 25 miles, 60 miles and up to a really challenging 100 miles route. All start from Worcester racecourse on Sunday, May 15th. ">

npower will be supporting the inaugural MacRide Elgar, named after one of Worcestershire’s celebrated sons, who was an enthusiastic cyclist, himself. There are routes from fun, family ten milers through 25 miles, 60 miles and up to a really challenging 100 miles route. All start from Worcester racecourse on Sunday, May 15th.

It’s every child’s dream to play a cup final at Wembley Stadium. However, on Sunday, that dream turned into a reality for the girls from King Ecgberts School, who, representing Sheffield United, saw off the challenge of Queens’ School, playing for Watford, winning the npower Football League U13 Girls Cup Final in a dramatic penalty shootout. ">

It’s every child’s dream to play a cup final at Wembley Stadium. However, on Sunday, that dream turned into a reality for the girls from King Ecgberts School, who, representing Sheffield United, saw off the challenge of Queens’ School, playing for Watford, winning the npower Football League U13 Girls Cup Final in a dramatic penalty shootout.

  • Nearly half of businesses (45%) want CRC scrapped
  • Over a quarter (29%) do not think it will help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets
  • Almost half (43%) want financial incentives included
  • Over one in ten (11%) are concerned their company will miss footprint reporting deadline on 29 July
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    • Nearly half of businesses (45%) want CRC scrapped
    • Over a quarter (29%) do not think it will help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets
    • Almost half (43%) want financial incentives included
    • Over one in ten (11%) are concerned their company will miss footprint reporting deadline on 29 July

    CRC scrapped
  • Over a quarter (29%) do not think it will help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets
  • Almost half (43%) want financial incentives included
  • Over one in ten (11%) are concerned their company will miss footprint reporting deadline on 29 July
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    • Nearly half of businesses (45%) want CRC scrapped
    • Over a quarter (29%) do not think it will help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets
    • Almost half (43%) want financial incentives included
    • Over one in ten (11%) are concerned their company will miss footprint reporting deadline on 29 July

    Whoberley Hall School in Coventry will be rolling out the red carpet on Friday as Coventry football royalty Cyrille Regis MBE returns to deliver an inspirational coaching session for pupils.">

    Whoberley Hall School in Coventry will be rolling out the red carpet on Friday as Coventry football royalty Cyrille Regis MBE returns to deliver an inspirational coaching session for pupils.

    Cottage Grove Primary School in Southsea will be rolling out the red carpet on Thursday as Portsmouth football royalty Chris Kamara returns to deliver an inspirational workshop session for pupils.

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    Cottage Grove Primary School in Southsea will be rolling out the red carpet on Thursday as Portsmouth football royalty Chris Kamara returns to deliver an inspirational workshop session for pupils.

  • Oil prices continue to rise due to unrest in the Middle East
  • Coal prices rise following Japanese disaster and German nuclear decision
  • Uncertainties driving UK power and gas markets
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    • Oil prices continue to rise due to unrest in the Middle East
    • Coal prices rise following Japanese disaster and German nuclear decision
    • Uncertainties driving UK power and gas markets

    single double summertime (SDST) has fallen by 17% over the past six months according to research published today by npower hometeam 50. SDST proposes moving the clocks forward by one hour throughout the year to GMT+1 in winter and GMT+2 in the summer. This is compared to the current hours of GMT during winter, and GMT+1 in summer.">

    The number of people opposed to single double summertime (SDST) has fallen by 17% over the past six months according to research published today by npower hometeam 50. SDST proposes moving the clocks forward by one hour throughout the year to GMT+1 in winter and GMT+2 in the summer. This is compared to the current hours of GMT during winter, and GMT+1 in summer.